Paradise, a coastal series, is shot at La Granja

Paradise, a coastal series, is shot at La Granja

Movistar + shoots 'Paraiso', a production by Fernando González Molina, who on Tuesday has started filming some scenes at the National Glass Center at the Real Sitio de San Ildefonso. It is set in 1992 in a coastal town

The National Glass Center of the Royal Site of San Ildefonso hosts from this Tuesday the filming of some scenes from the last original series of Movistar +, Paraíso. Produced in collaboration with Globomedia under the direction of Fernando González Molina ('Palmeras en la nieve', 'Three meters above the sky', 'I want you') began filming before the pandemic, in January, in Valencia, Alicante and Madrid.

It has actors or actresses such as Macarena García, Gorka Otxoa, as well as Pau Gimeno, Cristian López, Le´on Martínez, Héctor Gozalbo or Patricia Iserte. The series will consist of seven 50-minute episodes.

According to the information issued by Movistar + "it is an ambitious production in which suspense and adventure go hand in hand with emotion and mystery. The series revolves around the investigation undertaken by a group of young people after the disappearance of three girls In the midst of the transition from adolescence to adulthood, the protagonists go through a moment of uncertainty and emotions, where everything is experienced for the first time and feelings such as loneliness, loss, love and friendship. A journey towards maturity, which will also appeal to the nostalgia of the spectators through the setting of the Spain of 1992 ".

Source: The Day of Segovia

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