With Irina gravely ill, Georgina sees the terrible damage that her lies and actions have caused the family. Adriana reels with guilt and runs to the Elthams, while Christos begins to piece together ...
In 1990s Boston, an assistant district attorney and a corrupt yet venerated FBI veteran work together to take on a case that grows to involve, and ultimately subvert, the entire criminal justice system of Boston.
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The Villa Carmella, the Clios family home, is actually the Chateau Diter near Grasse. The building has been the subject of court cases regarding its construction, with many neighbours claiming it was built illegally. A 2017 court case ordered its demolition, with the verdict being upheld by an appeal court in 2019. See more »
Let's be clear: Rivera is not a masterpiece neither is what you would call "an art show".
Thanks to a pretty envolving plot and a wonderful mise en place it's a show you can perfectly enjoy unpretentiously.
Its strong point is certainly the photography and the breathtaking locations of the French Riviera, that unfolds between cover villas and luxury cars and yachts.
I define it a "summer" show because it's definetly one of those show you can enjoy in summer, when after lunch the weather it's too hot to do anything.
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