Produced by Nostromo Pictures and filmed between Brazil and Spain, the crime fiction will hit the platform on September 16.
This Wednesday, August 31, Netflix presented a new trailer and preview of Santo, the first Spanish fiction series shot between Spain and Brazil.
Created by the Spaniard Carlos López (Hache) and directed by the Brazilian Vicente Amorim (Divisão A), the series will hit the platform on September 16.
Santo tells the story of the most wanted drug dealer in the world, whose face is unknown. The two policemen who are looking for him, Cardona (Bruno Gagliasso) and Millán (Raúl Arévalo), are initially opposed, but they begin to collaborate and understand each other to solve the case and stay alive.
In addition to Bruno Gagliasso and Raúl Arévalo, the cast also includes the actors Victoria Guerra (Água Seca, 3 Mulheres), Greta Fernández (Elisa and Marcela, La hija del ladrón), Luiz Felipe Lucas (Carcereiros, Confessions doctors) and María Vázquez (Who kills with iron, Maria).
Filming began in Madrid, Spain between April and October 2021, and then moved to Salvador, Bahia, in Brazil.