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SUBURRA: The Series (Netflix)

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12 minutes ago, oikkarok said:

Hi guys, I'm an Italian guy, if you liked Suburra you should read the books that are written by a magistrate who investigated these facts and by a journalist (Suburra and Romanzo Criminale) .. also on September 12 Netflix releases a movie about the tragic story of Stefano Cucchi that will be interpreted by Alessandro Borghi (Aureliano)

I, for one, have read the books, in fact!

They are a valuable compare and contrast with the series.

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I enjoyed the film adaptation of Romanzo Criminale even though it dragged a bit during the second half. I've been meaning to watch the television version, but have yet to find it available somewhere.  I recently listened to Daniele Bolelli's History on Fire podcast 3-part episode about the Magliana Gang. It was excellent.

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18 minutes ago, Astromech said:

I enjoyed the film adaptation of Romanzo Criminale even though it dragged a bit during the second half. I've been meaning to watch the television version, but have yet to find it available somewhere.  I recently listened to Daniele Bolelli's History on Fire podcast 3-part episode about the Magliana Gang. It was excellent.

I watched both seasons on Amazon Prime. 

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8 hours ago, Nictarion said:

I watched both seasons on Amazon Prime. 

Damn, I'd have to come over to the Dark Side. :(

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On 8/16/2018 at 8:28 AM, Nictarion said:

I watched both seasons on Amazon Prime. 

Did you like it?  I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. 

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10 hours ago, Mark Antony said:

Did you like it?  I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. 

Yeah, I liked it a lot.

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On 8/16/2018 at 3:06 PM, Zorral said:

I, for one, have read the books, in fact!

They are a valuable compare and contrast with the series.

I like them also because they are all based on real events, for example the Nero (Black) in Romanzo Criminale is Massimo Carminati, also called Er Ciecato (the one-eyed/blind).. a neo fascist who was arrested again a few years ago..

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