Madrid.- AtresMedia's House of Paper series has become a global phenomenon that this morning has been consolidated with the award of the International Emmy Drama Award, something her creator Alex Pina believes to be the result of a "combination of several factors of news" and "permanent work".
"The spectator is a great expert every time he sees more hours of fiction weekly and demands more and more different things," Pina said, who believes that the Spanish audiovisual industry is experiencing a "very sweet" moment that has won the "pulse" because they have learned during the crisis years write and shoot visual "almost North American".
These are, in the opinion of their creator, producer and screenwriter, the keys to success:
Pure fun at a frenetic rhythm. The paper house is down in plunder and robbery; "This is a very fun genre," says Pina, who says that one of the key keys to success in the series is to adapt this genre to television because it is "pure fun at a frenetic rhythm."
"It's a small jigsaw puzzle that is formed little by little in which the viewer is tracking the brain of robbery, who is the one who plans everything," says the creator of the series and adds that he continues to narrate this kind of story in a format of 90 minutes to one thousand "allow to create high developed plot "and" entry into characters ".
Emotional and feminine look. Pina says the paper house is based on "very powerful" female characters, so the series has an "emotional and female" look in a genre that was extremely masculine.
"We should have this female spirit because the generation always focused on gangs of people robbery and had to give more latino and emotional touch, something I think we achieved."
The producer alludes to characters such as Raquel Murillo (Itziar Ituño), an inspector in charge of dealing with the plunder of the National Currencies and Seals, a woman who lives "in the world of men" and who suffered "independently" the meat "of domestic violence or the role of Tokus (Úrsula Corberó), one of the robbers, who plays the role of storyteller, with "emotional, but sometimes sarcastic," or Nairobi (Alba Flores), representing the "most demonic power" within the band.
Big and complex characters. "By moving this cinematic genre to television we get a lot of space to create transformation arches and build many unique, powerful and ambiguous characters," says Pina, who believes that "the big series is always associated with big characters."
Future to come. The series is developing its third season – which will present Netflix and have a larger budget.