'Offering to the Storm': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Baztan trilogy on Netflix
The third part of the Baztan trilogy is finally here. Based on the books by Dolores Redondo, the sequel to 'The Invisible Guardian' and 'The Legacy of the Bones' is arriving after several rescheduled dates for its release. Surrounding protagonist and inspector Amaia Salazar, the Spanish bestselling series will drop on Netflix at the end of July and will revolve around child murders and disturbing rituals. Will Amaia overcome the horrors about to come her way? Will those around her survive them? Here's all you need to know about it.
'Offering to the Storm' will premiere globally this July 24 only on Netflix.
According to its official Netflix synopsis, part 3 of the Baztan trilogy will entail, "Amaia investigates several suspicious infant deaths and horrific rituals. Meanwhile, people around her risk grave danger." The IMDb synopsis adds: "Inspector Amaia Salazar confronts the origins of her nightmares as she unfolds the darkest secrets of the Baztan valley."
Marta Etura plays the leading role of inspector Amaia Salazar. The rest of the cast includes Leonardo Sbaraglia as Juez Markina; Paco Tous as Dr San Martín; Pedro Casablanc as Comisaría General; Álvaro Cervantes as Berasategui; Marta Larralde as Yolanda Berrueta; Ana Wagener as Fina Hidalgo; Elvira Mínguez as Flora Salazar; Susi Sánchez as Rosario; Benn Northover as James; Nene as Jonan Etxaide; Imanol Arias as Padre Sarasola; Eduardo Rosa as Subinspector Goñi; Alfredo Villa as Inspector Clemos; and Alicia Sánchez as Elena Ochoa.
Directed by Fernando González Molina, the original story is based on the books by Redondo and adapted for the screen from a script by Luiso Berdejo.
Dark and eerie, the trailer for 'Offering to the Storm' sets the perfect precedent for what the film is going to entail. A chilling background score gives all the right vibes too as we see Amaia approach the sinister territory of the crimes unfolding with ample fireplaces and graveyards, suggesting an air of foreboding and impending doom. Check it out for yourself here.
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