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Trailer and release date for “Vestidas de azul,” the sequel to one of Los Javis’ best productions

Yes, "Veneno" has a second part.

Trailer and release date for “Vestidas de azul,” the sequel to one of Los Javis’ best productions
Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

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The Javis are becoming, beyond their appearances as showmen, some of the most important figures in Spanish cinema. Their work as directors is increasingly prominent, and they have even been hired to host the Goya Awards. Now, after “La Mesías,” they have released the trailer and the date for “Vestidas de azul,” their upcoming major series, through their production company.

“Vestidas de azul” is the sequel to “Veneno,” a series released in 2020 that tells the story of Cristina Ortiz “la Veneno,” one of the most significant transgender women in Spain’s history. However, this time we will not see Cristina again; instead, the sequel is based on many other women who had similar stories to hers. The trailer is as follows:

A unique and necessary series

According to the synopsis, “Vestidas de azul” is set two years after the death of Cristina Rodríguez, La Veneno, when Valeria returns to Valencia and finds the VHS tape of the mentioned documentary. The testimonies she collects will inspire Valeria’s new book, where once again, she decides to tell the story of women who don’t deserve to be forgotten.

Once again, it is based on the real story of Valeria Vegas, a journalist who wrote both the book behind “Veneno” and the one behind “Vestidas de azul.” Therefore, it is a tale of overcoming challenges, recovering lost memories, and celebrating figures that have been overlooked for many years.

The release date has also been revealed: the first episode of “Vestidas de azul” will premiere on December 17th on the exclusive platform Atresplayer Premium. The main cast includes Lola Rodríguez (Valeria), Rossa Ceballos (Adult Loren), Bimba Farelo (Young Loren), Chloe Santiago (Tamara), Geena Román (Eva), Alma Gormedino (Josette), Penélope Guerrero (Nacha), and Keyla Òdena (Renee). Additionally, we will see many other women such as Paca La Piraña, Goya Toledo, Juani Ruiz, or Estrella Xtravaganza.

Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

Cultural journalist specialized in film, series, comics, video games, and everything your parents tried to keep you away from during your childhood. Also an aspiring film director, screenwriter, and professional troublemaker.

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