The series produced by Conspiração will premiere worldwide on June 4.
Amazon Prime Video released the first preview of its Brazilian original series Dom, a crime drama inspired by the true story of father and son on opposite sides of the drug war in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday.
With eight one-hour episodes, Dom is a Conspiração production, with Breno Silveira as showrunner. It will premiere on June 4 in more than 240 territories exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.
Dom tells the story of Pedro, a good-looking middle-class boy in Rio de Janeiro, who is introduced to cocaine in his teenage years, setting him up to become the leader of a criminal gang that dominated the tabloids in Rio in the early 1900s. 2000s: Pedro Dom.
Moving from action to adventure to drama, Dom also follows Pedro’s father, Victor Dantas, who as a teenager made a discovery at the bottom of the sea, reported it to authorities, and ended up joining the police intelligence service. The series shows the journey of father and son living opposite lives, often mirroring and complementing each other, as both face situations that blur the lines between good and evil.
Along with the protagonists Gabriel Leone and Flavio Tolezani, there are also Filipe Bragança, Raquel Villar, Isabella Santoni, Ramon Francisco, Digão Ribeiro, Fabio Lago, Julia Konrad and André Mattos, among others.
Dom was directed by Vicente Kubrusly and Breno Silveira, who also leads the group of writers, which includes Fabio Mendes, Higia Ikeda, Carolina Neves and Marcelo Vindicatto. The series is produced by Renata Brandão and Ramona Bakker from Conspiração. Antonio Pinto composed the original soundtrack.