'Dark Forces': Meet Tenoch Huerta and rest of the cast of Netflix's dark thriller about a renegade
The film's synopsis states, 'In search of his sister, a renegade criminal seeks answers at a sordid hotel, where he encounters a sinister guest and romances a mysterious waitress'
If you're tired of the mushy rom-coms, bored with political dramas, done with the comedies, and need something new to liven up your lockdown, here's a suggestion: Try 'Dark Forces' or 'Fuego Negro' as it is originally called. It is touted to be a gripping thriller, with some elements of a mysterious romance thrown in. So, if you're a fan of shows like 'Narcos', 'Narcos: Mexico', or enjoyed watching the docuseries 'The Last Narc', Netflix is keen to draw you in with another slick thriller, situated in Mexico, and take you on another rollercoaster of a ride. The official synopsis on Netflix reads, "In search of his sister, a renegade criminal seeks answers at a sordid hotel, where he encounters a sinister guest and romances a mysterious waitress." It will begin streaming on the platform on August 21.
Here's all you need to know about the cast of the film.
Tenoch Huerta has appeared in numerous Latin American and Spanish films. In 2009, he made an appearance in Cary Joji Fukunaga's film 'Sin Nombre' in the role of Li'l Mago, the leader of the Tapachula faction of Mara Salvatrucha gang. In 2018, he began portraying Rafael Caro Quintero in Netflix's 'Narcos: Mexico'. He received the award for Best Actor at the Short Short Film Festival in Mexico City, for his performance in Alonso Ruiz Palacio’s 'Café paraíso'. Apart from this, he has acted in shows such as 'Blue Demon', 'Capadocia' and 'Cloroformo'.
Ibarra is known for her roles in 'Sense-8', 'Las Aparicio' (2015) and 'Ingobernable' (2017), and 'Double Trap'. She is also working on 'Matrix 4', which will release in 2021.
Dale Carley is an actor, known for 'Ingobernable' (2017), 'Enemigo Íntimo' (2018) and 'El Chema' (2016). Other members of the cast include Mauricio Aspe, Johana Fragoso Blendl, Ángel Garnica and Ariane Pellicer.
The film has been directed and written by Bernardo Arellano, who is known for 'Between Night and Day' (2011), 'The Beginning of Time' (2014) and 'Serpent's Paradise'.
'Dark Forces' will begin streaming on Netflix on August 21.