Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Maria Marta series, Country Crime: A Valuable Look, Very Different

great series Maria Marta, Crime of the Country, may seem biased towards anyone who has read the newspaper or watched TV in the past 20 years. Since 2002 the media-judicial gaze has been fierce, merciless and aimed solely at targeting María Marta’s husband, Carlos Carrascosa, as the perpetrator of felony murder, and the entire García Belsons family as a cover-up. Was. On the other hand, the series goes in the opposite direction: it indicates without a doubt that the killer was Nicolas Centeno. – the fictitious name of the neighbor now accused in the trial– with concrete evidence arising from a reality that until now was little known: two women, Belén Fanesi and Juana Gómez Andrada, who had any connection with Carrascosa No, he decided to start publishing a blog because he felt like the widower didn’t kill Maria Marta. He did something simple: he published the conflicting evidence emerging from the file and, above all, brought to the fore a tremendous history of Centeno’s theft, especially on Sunday evening, when the sociologist was murdered. All this is depicted in eight chapters in which George Marale, who plays Carrascosa, gives a memorable performance. Those of us who know Carrascosa testify that he walks, talks the same, smokes the same.

As has been written many times, reality is stranger than fiction. The impeccable text of Martin Méndez and German Loza missed something that had been hidden for 20 years and is only known now. Centeno—a brilliant performance by Nicolas Francella—appears to be a fairly gentle son with his mother, but in that week, at the trial, audio was known for the first time in which he tells his mother: “Why don’t you go to your mom’s pussy, jump out the window and stop breaking my balls? Sad, mentally deranged.” In fact, the mother did just that: Five months later, she committed suicide by jumping off the 11th floor of the building she lived in. In other words, the chain is gentle with rye as well.

In eight chapters, directed by Diana Gogi, the García Belsuns case portrays behind the scenes: the justice system – including the fictional prosecutor Marcos del Río and the prosecutor – knew that Carrascosa was not guilty, but they could not appear to public opinion and In front of the media as “weak and wrong”. “If Carrascosa isn’t guilty yet, it’s a scam. Make sure you get a cell phone,” the prosecutor tells the prosecutor in the chain. And that was exactly one hole in the charges against Carrascosa: Not a single witness who said that he and Maria Marta had a disagreement, some fighting, a truce. The justice tried to establish the idea that the entire family was involved with the money of the Juarez cartel, a hypothesis so far-fetched that the prosecutor He himself had to refrain from presenting it.

There is also a behind the scenes justice-media synergy which is seen permanently in criminal and political matters. In the series he has skinned – changing his name – to a Channel 13 reporter who is fed with lies by the attorney general’s office and the prosecutor’s – droplet on Maria Marta’s head, for example – or one-sided evidence against Carrascosa, hiding that. Everything that went against the neighbor is the protagonist of the central hypothesis: that Maria Marta returned from a tennis match earlier than expected, reached home by bicycle without making a sound, and found the burglar or thieves inside the house. Since she already knew them and had condemned them, they killed him.

Perhaps the series needs to portray, with more force, some of the hack and trout of society, and the García Belsuns case in particular. If the death had occurred in Villa Carza, the prosecutor, not even remotely convinced, about to fall into the bathtub, would have immediately ordered an autopsy and took more than one prisoner. Since it was in a country, he accepted what he said without saying a word. Even more so when Juan Martín Romero Victorica was present that night, an Argentine hero empowered to persecute former guerrilla leaders, who told the prosecutor “Calm down, baby, it was an accident.” It is added that if the Chet family needs a death certificate, there are a hundred blank forms in the garage, previously signed by a doctor; If they ask you not to wake the police, you comply with the request and “bribe them if necessary.” It was all real, almost habitual, and was later used to make false accusations.

The end of the series opens a few doors for the audience to formulate their vision. There is no double text in the central question: Maria Marta was not killed by Carrascosa – acquitted by the justice system, but by the justice system when they entered to rob a house she already had for having a lot of money. was famous for, then he was murdered. Corlito time. it’s clear that Maria Marta, Crime of the Country, Deserves a second season, as the test at this time will have few answers and of course many questions remain unanswered.

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