Twenty years ago, a murder case occurred in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for which there are still not many answers today. María Marta: the crime of Country is the name of this production of hbo maxa story that also has a documentary in Netflix. This real-life adaptation is directed by Daniela Gogi, director known for feature films like The Red Thread, Absurdah and Red Princesses.
Their synopsis official informs us that “On October 27, 2002, a woman known as María Marta García Belsunce was found dead by her husband, Carlos Carrascosa, in the bathroom of their house located in an exclusive private neighborhood in the province of Buenos Aires. What at first appeared to be a domestic accident, became one of the most emblematic crimes in Argentina.
His cast is led by Jorge Marrale, Laura Novoa, Mike Amigorena, Carlos Belloso Y Muriel Santa Ana; and other secondary actors like William Arengo, Nicholas Francella, Valeria Lois, Ana Celentano, Stephanie Bigliardi Y Maria Loyal. WarnerMedia Latin America and Pol-Ka Producciones are its production companies.
The thriller will reveal intimate information about the case like never before seen and will composed by 8 chapters of 45 minutes each, which will take the viewer on a journey beyond the superficial in the life of that woman. This real-life case will always be well remembered because it caused great commotion in public opinion, justice and the media.
In a statement, the director Goggi made it known that representing this case meant an immense challenge for her and for the work team in general, since, being this real-life story presented as a fiction, the viewer would again have the opportunity to see what always They told him about the case. She further commented:
“Throughout the series, we invite the audience to put themselves in the shoes of the family and the judges, and we provide them with all the evidence so that they can reach their own conclusions. This makes people connect with the series and create a close, almost personal bond.”
Similarly, the producer in charge pointed out the following: “Since warnermedia we find in these real events the basis to build a fictional story that deserves to be brought to the screen due to its relevance and impact for the audience”.
A relevant piece of information in the case of María Marta? In December 2020, the Supreme Court of Justice confirmed the acquittal of Carlos Carrascosa, the woman’s husband, in the trial in which he was accused of the crime of María Marta and closed the case against him. ¡Wait for her in July!