Latin productions have found in Netflix a more than pleasant habitat, since the platform has become a springboard that allows directors and screenwriters (from those consecrated to those who are taking their first steps) to jump higher and higher in terms of popularity. And it is that, within its extensive catalog, the streaming platform has series, movies and documentaries for all tastes and from different parts of the world.
the uruguayan film “Togo”, directed by the renowned director of that country Israel Adrián Caetano, is one of these titles. And weeks after it was released and included in Netflixthe film is one of the most successful productions and continues to receive views on the platform.
“Togo”, the Uruguayan film that is a sensation on Netflix
“Togo”available in Netflix since October 5 and that little by little is positioned among the most watched, it is a drama that combines elements of crime and thriller in its plot. The captivating nature of the story, added to its relatively short duration – the film lasts 95 minutes, not counting the final credits – makes it a true sensation.
As for the argument, “Togo” can be perceived as a film of social denunciation, where the difficult life of a man who earns his living taking care of vehicles parked on public roads and, at the same time, must deal with the dangers and threats of those who are homeless and without any protection against the always latent risks.
“In this crime drama, a man who works on the streets taking care of cars must defend his territory from the threats of drug traffickers,” describes the synopsis of “Togo” in Netflix.
The cast of “Togo”, the drama that is a sensation on Netflix
- Diego Alonso Gomez.
- Catherine Arrillaga.
- Nestor Prieto.
- Mark daCosta.
- Luis Alberto Acosta.
- Joseph Pagan.
- Sabrina Brave.
- Federico Morosini.
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The unmissable crime drama that sweeps Netflix lasts 1 hour and a half without credits