Movistar Plus+ will deepen the role of women in drug trafficking on both sides of the law with this documentary that will arrive in June.
Drug trafficking has been the object of study from various points of view, both in fiction, with series such as Fariña, Narcos or The Queen of the South, as well as the many documentaries that have been made on the subject. Movistar Plus+ is going to take this path in June.
This summer, the streaming service of Telefónica de España premieres its new series documentary film original, Narcas: Women behind drugswhich will focus on the women who live the day to day of drug trafficking in our country, both living from it and fighting against it.
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The main objective of Narcas is to demystify the stereotype of women in the world of drug traffickingoften associated with the victims or simply being “tricked” into being part of the network.
The serie The Movistar Plus+ documentary will have three episodes and will premiere on Monday, June 19, with a new chapter premiering every Monday.
Movistar Plus+ launches Narcas in June
The synopsis of the series highlights some of the leading women who will appear in Narcas to tell, from their perspective, the day-to-day life of a war without quarter that is waged on our coasts and customs controls.
“This original three-episode production has as its starting point showing who drug women are and what role they play. Women to meet, discover and understand, women with whom to share vital experiences. With the focus on them and always with a human gaze, without judgement, as spectators of a changing reality.
With their own name, those who live from drug trafficking. Like Saray (period), Eva (trafficker) or Lucía (doll).
With their own name, those who fight against drug trafficking. Such as Laura Rebollo (Head of Aircraft Operations CECOP Customs Surveillance Service), Carmen Calvo (Head of Drug Control Area Customs Surveillance Service) and Rosa Ana Morán (Head of the Special Anti-drug Prosecutor of the National Court)”.
If you find the world of drug trafficking exciting and how they fight against it on a daily basis —or what it is like behind the scenes—, aim for June 19 to see Narcas on Movistar Plus+.