The Latin series of Netflix most popular in the world, “Who killed Sara?”, returns this May 19 with the whole truth of the murder of “Sara” in its second season, but with a more stark vision of the reality in which the story of the innocent victim will take another course.
“We are going to discover things about Sara that we did not know. Marifer was her friend since she was little and she will reveal many things that her brother will be shocked with. The pieces of all the characters will begin to be put together,” Litzy Domínguez told Efe in a conference virtual with international media this Thursday.
After a long work of investigations and a search for revenge by Álex, the character played by the Colombian actor Manolo CardonaThis season, he will have to face all the secrets he found and his confusion will reach the limit.
“The biggest challenge is that Alex will face the truth, that will change many things, it will make him rethink and we will see which way he will take,” said the protagonist.
The series will also continue to address social issues such as discrimination, homophobia, mistreatment of women and a fundamental issue that joins the debate: the treatment of certain mental problems.
At the conference, the cast also highlighted the great teamwork involved in integrating a production carried out in two timelines, since the construction of their characters was carried out jointly.
“Far from feeling a challenge, it felt like support. Besides the physical resemblance that the casting made it incredible, the resemblance between the characters is the same because they were built together“, answered at the same conference Polo Morín, who worked with Eugenio Siller to interpret the two ages of Chema Lazcano.
The actor Leo Deluglio plays, along with Cardona, the character of Alex, only when he was younger.
Deluglio assured that the meeting he had with Manolo Cardona it was shocking, because in addition to the physical similarities and the character of Alex, they realized that they also shared many coincidences of personality outside of fiction.
“We have created our characters with the eyes of our colleagues, everything that happened with the pandemic united us in a way in which we had to take advantage of the set to find out about each other, we were more on the surface,” said the actor in turn Spanish Ginés García, the great villain of the series.
On the worldwide success of this series, Cardona assured that he hopes that “Who killed Sara?” open the doors to more Latin American series that show the talent and quality of this region.