'Framed! A Sicilian Murder Mystery': Valentino admits to killing Gambino with Salvo's help
Netflix's 'Framed! A Sicilian Murder Mystery' has turned out to be one of the most unique and exciting series that is gaining a lot of viewers' attention. Can you ever imagine accepting a crime in your name that you have not committed to in real? Sounds scary and idiotic, right, but our superheroes did the same in the series.
In Episode 4 of 'Framed! A Sicilian Murder Mystery', the mafia gang kidnaps Valentino and Salvo as they investigate Alberto Gambino's killing. Although Valentino and Salvo tried to tell them the truth that they were not the ones who had killed Gambino, the gang got all the proof that they were the murderers. The torture by the gang made Valentino admit to the crime despite not committing it. Valentino's confession leaves Salvo in shock. After asking for the reason behind the murder, Valentino lied that his sister and Salvo's wife, Ester, cheated on Salvo with Gambino, so they both killed him.
Surprisingly it turned out as an advantage for both Valentino and Salvo as Gambino leaked the secret information, and they also wanted to underground him. Yet, the benefit took a dramatic turn when Salvo was ordered to kill his wife, and Valentino was assigned the duty to spy on the Deputy Police Chief and his good old friend, Agata. To keep one lie, they have to create many others, as they planned to fake Ester's murder and Valentino took Agatha on a dinner date to seek more information about the revelation from Gambino.
Things turned worse when Ester's mother discovered that her daughter was missing. The two children who met Valentino and Salvo at Gambino's apartment revealed their identities at the police station and that added to their problems. Although Valentino told everything about the mafia gang, he still couldn't prove himself and Salvo innocent in the murder case. Moreover, he was guilty of lying and spying on Agata. Valentino and Salvo tried everything possible thing to prove themselves honest and innocent.