6 Facts you didn't know about La Casa De Papel, aka Money Heist

There is no doubt that most of the cinema fans have watched La Casa De Papel, aka Money Heist. And if that's not the case, at least they heard this name before on social media or somewhere on the internet.
This Spanish TV Series was a very successful series that got great fame overseas thanks to its thrilling events, charismatic characters, and its outstanding story.

But probably what you're reading at this current moment isn't something you knew before. So, before taking more of your time, let's see the 6 facts you didn't know about La Casa De Papel, aka Money Heist.

6 Facts you didn't know about La Casa De Papel, aka Money Heist
6 Facts you didn't know about La Casa De Papel, aka Money Heist

1 - The sugar glass :

In the first clash between the police and the crew, some plates of glass were used to replace one of the police car's windows, and this sugar has almost the same specifics of the original glass and has the ability of not hurting the eyes of the police officers after the shots and fire exchanging.


2 - More Than 50 Scenarios :


6 Facts you didn't know about La Casa De Papel, aka Money Heist

The first episode of La Casa De Papel Season 1 was written in more than 50 scenarios. Each of them exposes a different way of introducing characters. So, the first episode of Season 1 has much importance in the success of the series, and any mistake in it or a lack of small details can affect negatively on the next episodes or the whole story in general.


3 - Tokyo's recruit :

In the very first episode, when the police chased Tokyo, her mother was about to take her down, The Professor showed up and recruited her to his crew. This episode and especially this part of the episode was repeated more than dozens of times, and even this small part of the episode took more than 5 hours to be shot entirely because the producer insisted on doing the work on complete accuracy.


4 - La Casa De Papel :


6 Facts you didn't know about La Casa De Papel, aka Money Heist

The name that got the series more and more famous overseas is La Casa De Papel. It wasn't the primary name chosen by Alex Pina, the creator of the La Casa De Papel TV series. In the first place, the name that was about to be set officially was Los Desahuciados, because of the similarity between the members of the crew who count themselves as expelled for the society. We can't judge if the name can change the success or the fail of this series, but at least choosing the title La Casa De Papel was in its place.


5 - The Professor and Berlin :

Yes, even if it wasn't apparent during the episodes of the series, Berlin is The Professor's halfbrother, and the actors empathized that themselves. They explained in many interviews that The Professor knows a bit of Russian after traveling with Berlin to Russia to get examined for his illness.


6 - Tokyo :


6 Facts you didn't know about La Casa De Papel, aka Money Heist

Tokyo was inspired by the character Matilda performed by Natalie Portman, played in the movie 'Leon The Professional', starting from hair to clothes and eyewear to appearance as a whole and even behaviors.


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  1. Loved the show . I was off work Ill and I watched every episode in the space of 2 days. Can't wait for season 4 5 6. Well done guys on making a great show

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