Four delves into black chronicle, in a tone of documentary in ‘Group 2 Homicides’
The Group 2 of Homicide was a group of national police which, since 1982 and for 20 years, resolved more than 200 cases. With headquarters in Zaragoza, but with a radius of action beyond community of Aragon, was specialized in solving crimes and violent crimes. 90% of cases successfully resolved. Now, se crimes and people who worked in m, are protagonists of fiction-documentary Group 2: Murder, tonight, (22.45) opens Four.
"we didn't want to make a docuserie use or a fiction based on real facts", tells Roberto Roldán, director and creator of Group 2: Homicide. For this reason, y chose to write a fiction series, with scripts and actors to use, but in which characters real, at certain points of story, tell of events in first person. "It is a thriller crime fact from reality," explains Roldán.
The germ of program is a chapter created by Factoría Plural, and that, in its broadcast last year, regional television of aragon, he managed to 22.6% of screen quota. After harvest of that success, has made leap to Four in form of a series of seven chapters that follow work in a number of investigations of this police unit. "We liked era of eighties, visually, and it was time that this group of cops was in full swing," explains Roldán about reason for choosing this historical context for this series that follows grain of trend in rise of true crime, which in Spain has representatives recent Death in Lion or What truth behind: The case of Asunta.
The proposal Group 2: Homicide wants to give a twist to genre. On basis of a research and documentation deep from files, summaries of cases and memories and testimonies of those involved, write script of fiction series later. "The more complex has been to measure amount of actual parts that are interleaved so that not you out of story as a spectator," recalls director. "It is not a reconstruction, it is all script. But includes information that provides character that was re. It is something different to what has been done before," says Roldan.