The Spanish crime series LA CHICA INVISIBLE is now available on Hulu. The popular book trilogy of the same name by Blue Jeans serves as the basis for the original Spanish series. As the story of a single murder evolves into a story of a serial killer, the series contains numerous thriller and mystery elements.
Each of the eight episodes of the series are being delivered in one go. It only makes sense given that the series aired on Disney+ in Spain in February. An extremely exemplary wrongdoing story offers a lot of exciting bends in the road en route. Some of it feels a piece constrained, however in general it's surely worth looking at.
The murder of Aurora (Marta Vallés), a 17-year-old, marks the beginning of La chica invisible. She basically plays the title role, so we see her story in flashbacks while she is killed. Exactly the same flashbacks assist with uncovering how everybody has privileged insights.
Aurora is killed at the main secondary school during Cárdena's neighborhood merriments. At the end of the day, everybody is making the rounds, however few are giving any genuine consideration.
Essentially, two investigations are taking place simultaneously. One is Civil Guard Lieutenant Miguel ngel's (Daniel Grau) official investigation. The other is an exceptionally casual one by his little girl Julia (Zoe Stein). Along with the victim, she attended school. At last, father and girl set up the riddle and set out on an excursion loaded with exciting bends in the road, signs, and traps.
The investigation is hard because it seems like everyone always has something to hide. However, it's possible that their secrets have nothing to do with Aurora's death. Sadly, everyone prevents finding the truth because they are so preoccupied with themselves.
Having said that, in the opening sequence, I mentioned a significant plot twist. Yes, it was evidently there for me to see, so congratulations to the series for that. Additionally, it says a lot that many will miss it.
Daniel Grao and Zoe Stein play a father and daughter who are involved in the investigation of a murder that takes place right when the series begins in La Chica Invisible—yes, the original Spanish title is used all over the world. Since the police investigator is played by Daniel Grao (Perdida, Julia's Eyes), it makes sense that he would be involved.
His daughter Julia, who attended school with the girl who was found murdered, is played by Zoe Stein (Mantcora). She was actually murdered on school grounds. She gets involved a lot more than she should, but she clearly has an eye for the small things.
Rebeca Matellan (in "Intimacy") and Pablo Gómez-Pando (in "Feria: Hugo Weizel, Marta Vallés, and Javier Córdoba appeared in The Darkest Light.
Carmen López-Areal, Marina Efron, Antonio Hernández Centeno, Ramon Tarrés, and Ian de la Rosa wrote La Chica Invisible. It's depicted as "enlivened by the fruitful book set of three of a similar name" which was composed by Pants. Behind this nom de plume, track down Francisco de Paula Fernández.
Artiz Moreno (Advantages of Traveling by Train) and Tito Lopez Amado directed it. Leader delivered by Pedro Uriol, who additionally created the Netflix series Diablero and motion pictures like The Admonition/El aviso and Under Nothing/Bajo Cero.
As referenced before, La Chica Imperceptible has recently been delivered on Disney+ in numerous nations, including its local Spain. Every one of the eight episodes are out now and it is certainly a gorge commendable series on the off chance that you partake in a pleasant wrongdoing secret.
From May 16, 2023, La Chica Invisible will be available on Hulu.