Money Heist Season 5 Part 1 Trailer: The matriarchy continues in Netflix fiction without the presence of Alba Flores. Will he return in flashbacks like Berlin (Pedro Alonso)?
Although Nairobi (Alba Flores) said goodbye in the fourth season of La casa de Papel after a tragic death, many viewers remained hopeful that he could return in flashbacks. This has been happening with other characters such as Berlin (Pedro Alonso), who were previously assassinated. However, the Spanish actress could have given the definitive folder to Netflix fiction, judging by the images of the trailer for 5T.
The Trailer of Money Heist Season 5 Part 1
The first trailer of the final season only showed Nairobi wrapped in the sheets after being liquidated. A fatal outcome that will ignite the fury of the gang of robbers, who are in their lowest hours after the kidnapping of The Professor by Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri). This fortuitous appearance of Flores has caused the networks to mourn his loss and some have even asked for new appearances of the co-star.
Let us remember that Moscow (Paco Tous), Oslo (Roberto García Ruiz), and Berlin (Alonso) welcomed Nairobi with open arms after his death . This left a door more than open to possible future appearances of all the characters during the denouement.
But don’t worry, the matriarchy continues to be more present than ever at the hands of Lisbon (Itziar Ituño), Tokyo (Úrsula Corberó) and Stockholm (Esther Acebo), who show the strength of women in the new images. In addition, Flores appears credited in the first episode of the fifth season on IMDb, something that advances that we could still enjoy his presence a while longer.
In addition, we will soon be able to see the young woman from the Flores clan in The Lost Letters , the homonymous adaptation of the play by Amparo Climent. A film in which he has worked with some such artists as Marisa Paredes, Nora Navas, Luisa Gavasa and Ana Belén . The film shot during 2020 has been directed by the author herself and addresses the horrors of women exiled or imprisoned during the Civil War through her letters.