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El Jardin de Bronce


El Jardin de Bronce


"El Jardín de Bronce" is a popular Argentine crime drama series. The show follows the story of a man named Fabián Danubio, whose daughter disappears without a trace in Buenos Aires. In his desperate search for her, Fabián discovers a network of corruption and secrets hidden beneath the city.

The series is based on the novel of the same name by Gustavo Malajovich. The adaptation was praised for its captivating storyline and brilliant performances by its cast. The show also received recognition for its impressive cinematography, which showcases the vibrant and bustling city of Buenos Aires.

"El Jardín de Bronce" is a must-watch for fans of crime dramas and mystery thrillers. Its gripping plot and vivid portrayal of Buenos Aires make for an immersive and captivating viewing experience. The series has gained a cult following since its release in 2017 and continues to be a popular choice for those seeking a suspenseful and thrilling binge-watch.

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Emily Peacock

Undoubtfully, cinematography has been my passion since a very young age. Even now, watching a new movie or series always prompts me to ask a lot of questions to the author. Thus, every little essay about a title is definitely not a spoiler, but rather an attempt to explore the idea.

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