A contorting heist thriller, Cien Años De Perdón (appropriately something like “100 Years Of Forgiving”) oversees progressive intricacies and disclosures to make a convincing investigation of the results of both ravenousness and inadequacy, both individual and systemic.
In Valencia a group captain by The Uruguyan are taking a bank. A bank in a condition of emergency; staff are being given up. It’s a dim day, and outside as well the downpour in Spain falls chiefly on the plot.
It isn’t a first visit to wrongdoing/activity for either author Jorge Guerrero or chief Daniel Calparsoro, nor for Luis Tosara and Rodrigo De La Serna as the most intense of the group and the Uruguyan who has collected it. Joaquin Furriel’s “Loco” has been included act of goodwill some help, and as in most such attempts that demonstration of liberality will have outcomes – as does the collaboration of Patricia Vico’s bank administrator, who trades data for material prize.