Alvaro Morte, former professor at Stealing money back in no limitsa historical series available starting Friday, June 24 on Amazon Prime Video.
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We missed him! Of course, since the end Stealing moneyAnd the In December 2021 on Netflix we were able to watch Alvaro Morte again in several series (HeadAnd the The Wheel of Time, Embarcadero), but nothing was put online before the final part of the adventures of the world’s most famous thief. So, this is something new with no limitsAnd the Online on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, June 24 (same day as the arrival of the Korean version of La Casa de Papel on Netflix)! In this Spanish series, our dear professor literally changes the record by playing the sailor Juan Sebastian Elcano, the famous Spanish Basque explorer who left for his first circumnavigation of the world with Portuguese Fernand de Magellan.
no limits It tells of an extraordinary expedition
no limits It occurs at the beginning of the sixteenth century. In August 1519, Juan Sebastian Elcano And the Ferdinand of Magellan Embarking on Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz, Andalusia) with approximately 240 sailors at their side with one goal: to find a new route to the “Spice Islands”. But things got worse three years ago, in 1522, only 18 hungry and sick sailors returned in the only ship of the five, the Victoria, which resisted the voyage, led by Elcano, after Magellan had meanwhile been killed by the indigenous people of the Philippines. However, this trip changed the history of mankind, as Victoria made the first circumnavigation, proving that the Earth is spherical.
no limits It is a blockbuster movie signed by the director of Tomb Raider
It consists of four episodes of one hour each. no limits It was filmed in Andalusia, the Basque Country and Navarre (Pamplona Cathedral served as a set) as well as in Dominican Republic: The naval sequences were filmed there at Pinewood Studios. The expedition ships have also been reproduced for the occasion! Along with Alvaro Morte, Rodrigo Santoro will play Magellan in this series produced by British director Simon West (Lara Croft: Tomb Raider) and written by Bache Amezqua.