The crime series ’42 Days of Darkness’ arrives on Netflix on May 11th. The original title of the series is ‘42 días en la Oscuridad ’, and it is a Spanish suspense thriller based on a true story. The woman disappears and her sister begins the search for her.
Namely, Verónica Montes disappears without a trace from her home in Chile. Her sister Cecilia and lawyer Víctor Pizarro set out in search of her. They face the negligence of institutions, the prejudices of society and the usurpation of the media. Cecilia, because of these problems, expresses distrust in the system and leads to despair in which she tries to grasp what actually happened and who is behind it all.
The filming location is Chile, and the language of the series is Spanish. The series is based on a journalistic story in which journalist Rodrigo Flux tries to reconstruct the case. In his book, he explores a series of abductions of women that have taken place in Latin America for years.
The series is directed by Claudia Huaiquimilla and Gaspar Antilla , and produced by Juan de Dios Larraín and Ángela Poblete.The producers have devised a series that is not just a thriller but something that can help society. Some of actors that are starring are Néstor Cantillana, Amparo Noguera and Julia Lübbert .Each episode of ’42 Days of Darkness’ lasts 40-50 minutes, and viewers will be delighted with a good thriller and mystery.
Recall, for the first time in a decade, Netflix is losing subscribers. The fact is that they lost 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter of this year, and this negative trend is expected to continue, reaching two million. This automatically triggered the sale of shares, which is not unusual because it is expected that in such situations some shareholders panic. But when the entire stock is sold by a well-known financier like Bill Ackman, who runs a strong hedge fund Pershing Square Holdings, and loses $ 400 million in the process, it means high financial circles may find Netflix hard to come back.