'Puerta 7': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix's Argentinian soccer drama
The series will follow the Argentinean barras bravas with the themes of soccer, politics and organized crime
'Puerta 7', Netflix's third Argentine original series is set to premiere on the streaming service with eight chapters that go behind the scenes of soccer clubs, the barras bravas — the violent Argentinian gangs controlling football — and their negotiations.
Season 1 of 'Puerta 7' will premiere on February 21, 2020.
Netflix's official synopsis reads, "A determined woman works to rid an Argentine Soccer Club of the violent crime and corruption surrounding its intense fanbase."
The series will follow the Argentinean barras bravas with the themes of soccer, politics and organized crime. A woman attempts to penetrate through the mindset of a world that has been dominated by males and disassociate soccer from criminal activities.
Dolores María Fonzi
Fonzi is an Argentinian theatre, TV and film actress who has received critical acclaims for her work. After having worked as a model, she started her acting career in 1998 with the role of Clara Vázquez in 'Endless Summer' (Verano del '98) with her brother Tomás Fonzi, who played Benjamín Vázquez. Her works include, 'Burnt Money', 'Waiting for the Messiah', 'Bottom of the Sea' and 'The Aura'.
Raúl Esteban Sánchez Lamothe from Buenos Aires, Argentina is known for his roles in 'The Student' as Roque Espinosa (2011), 'Lock Charmer' as Sebastián (2014) and 'El Cinco' as Patón (El 5 de Talleres) (2015).
Carlos Belloso, an Argentinian actor is known for his roles in 'Champions of Life' (1999), 'Tombers' (2002) and 'Sos mi Vida' (2006).
Other members of the cast include Daniel Aráoz, Juan Gil Navarro and Antonio Grimau.
The series is created by writer Martin Zimmerman ('Ozark' and 'Narcos') and is produced by Pol-ka, a leading Argentine production house. It is written by Patricio Vega whose additional credits include 'Los Simuladore'
Where to watch
Catch the Season 1 of the Argentinian drama on Netflix on February 21, 2020.
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