Money Heist (La casa de papel), “The House of Paper,” is a Spanish television series about robbery crimes created by Álex Pina. According to one of the robbers, Tokio (Úrsula Corberó), the series narrates two long-planned robberies led by a professor (Álvaro Morte), one at the Royal Mint and the other at the Bank of Spain. The narration is similarly told in real-time and relies on flashbacks, time jumps, hidden character motivations, and unreliable complex storytellers.
Money Heist (La casa de papel), was originally called Los Desahuciados (The Evicted) at the concept stage. The series aims to subvert the conventions of the heist and combine elements of action-type, thriller, and surrealism while still being credible. Pina sees an advantage over typical heist movies because character development can span a long story arc.
The characters will be shown from multiple aspects to break the audience’s preconceptions about the villains and maintain their interest throughout the show. The key part of the plot of the plan is written at the beginning, while the fine rhythm of the story is gradually developed so as not to overwhelm the writer.
The story of the Money Heist (La casa de papel) can be summarized as follows:
A veteran of the Balkan Wars. The group’s goal was to sneak into the Royal Spanish Mint and print 2.4 billion euros in less than 11 days without a drop of blood. Instead, the organization took 67 hostages, including the daughter of the British ambassador. With masterminds working outside, they can always be one step ahead of the police.
The mysterious man, nicknamed the professor, planned the biggest robbery in history. To implement this plan, he recruited eight top criminals in the country with nothing: Tokyo, sophisticated thieves, Berlin, bosses, Moscow, drilling experts, Rio, computer scientists, Nairobi, forgers, Denver, Sons of Moscow, Helsinki and Oslo.
Season 1: Part 1 and (2017)
Part 1 of Money Heist ( La casa de papel) begins with the aftermath of a failed bank robbery by a lady named “Tokio” after a man named “Professor” captured her from the cops and increased the robbery’s severity.
The story leaps to the start of the multi-day attack on the Royal Spanish Mint in Madrid after a quick recap of the planned robbery. Tokyo, Moscow, Berlin, Nairobi, Rio de Janeiro, Denver, Helsinki, and Oslo were the names of the eight criminals.