‘La casa de papel’ recovered ‘Bella Ciao’ in this scene with a different rhythm



    “One morning, I woke up …” and you already know how it continues, and possibly it is thanks to ‘La casa de papel’. The Spanish series popularized this world a few years ago ‘Bella Ciao’, an Italian antifascist anthem created during WWII, through a scene in which The Professor (Álvaro Morte) and his brother Berlin (Pedro Alonso) sang it passionately while preparing the perfect robbery.

    Now, in the series’ final season on Netflix, the song has played again with a new rhythm and, yes, the same passion. This is the case in a scene from the fifth season of ‘La casa de papel’, a final season that has been released in two volumes (the first, on September 3; the second, on December 3) in order to say goodbye to a series that has become a global phenomenon in the best possible way. In the new episodes, the main gang continues to fight to keep their robbery on the Bank of Spain afloat, while they have lost a beloved member of the team and things get complicated both inside and outside the venue, at the headquarters led by Professor . Those who have made it to the end already know the fates of characters like Rio (Miguel Herran), Denver (Jaime Lorente), Stockholm (Esther Acebo), Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri) and more.

    And they will also have been able to sing at the top of their lungs the Italian song that has been linked to the legacy of the Spanish series forever. Here it is the complete scene of the fifth season where ‘Bella Ciao’ sounds again between nostalgia and ‘fan service’:

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    This scene, which we see in episode 8 of the fifth season of the series, marks the last time we will hear the theme in ‘La casa de papel’, although We do not rule out that it will appear again in the Berlin spin-off that Netflix is ​​preparing for 2023. Through the ‘flashback’ scenes of some of the episodes of the fifth season of the original series we have been able to get an idea of ​​what the story of the character played by Pedro Alonso will be like, perhaps with a touch of ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ and the appearance of his son Rafael, played by Patrick Criado. And cameos? We hope and wish you, of course.

    Until we know more details about ‘Berlin’, we will continue to enjoy the various versions of ‘Bella Ciao’ that ‘La casa de papel’ has left us, including one in collaboration with Becky G with more urban tones. And if you want to know more information about the origin of the topic, Look out for this other video that we published in Fotogramas after the premiere of the first seasons and where we explore the Italian theme:

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