This miniseries is based on the mistery and action novels written by Jerónimo Tristante. The leading role will be played by Carles Francino. We will be taken back in time to Madrid in 1890 thanks to two great sets, state-of-the-art computer graphics techniques and awesome outdoor locations.
‘Víctor Ros’ is being filmed in impressive film sets built in a 1,200 m² studio, where staff members are recreating the magnificent bourgeous homes of late 19th century Madrid, a period café and the police station where the Brigade of Inspector Víctor Ros work (Carles Francino). An additional film set of 1,000 m² recreates a fictional street of Madrid in thos days. Additionally, the series will be filmed in outdoor locations in the outskirts of Madrid. All film sets are multipurpose and combine reality with virtual elements: constructions, props and chroma key will allow for the reproduction of daily life in Madrid in 1890, by means of computer graphics techniques and images of iconic places, such as the Plaza Mayor or the Puerta de Alcalá. This miniseries will be released next year on TVE.
The Brigade of Víctor Ros
The main character has various colleagues who make up the Brigade of Inspector Ros, played by Tomás del Estal, Juan Fernández, Juan Codina, Alberto Berzal and Joel Bosqued. Nacho Fresneda, Lola Marcelli, Raúl Peña, Pablo Viña, Pepa Pedroche, Daniel Holguín, Eva Martín and Inma del Moral also play parts in the series, among other actors and actresses. These stars will join Carles Francino, playing Víctor Ros, an excellent policeman belonging to the Metropolitan Brigade of Madrid, the first elite unit in Spain to use scientific and deductive techniques. Esmeralda Moya plays Clara Alvear, a young woman who was raised in a traditional family and who has a love affair with the Inspector. Megan Montaner plays Lola “La Valenciana”, a friend of the main character who works in a brothel. Tito Valverde plays Don Armando, Ros’s godfather and boss. And Helio Pedregal stars as Roberto Aldanza, well-educated noble who is “ahead of his time”.
The production is directed by Carlos Navarro, Gracia Querejeta and Jorge Sánchez Cabezudo. Eduardo Hidalgo is the Art Director and the script was written by Javier Olivares, Pablo Olivares, Anais Schaaff, Paco López Barrio and Jorge Díaz.