In the cast of the light procedural based on the true story of Lidia Poët also Eduardo Scarpetta and Pier Luigi Pasino.
A new Italian original series is coming up Netflix. The streaming service announces that Lidia Poët’s lawhistorical legal drama with the winner of the David di Donatello Matilda De Angelis as the first lawyer in Italy, will be available from February 15thjust over a month after the release of de The lying life of adults. The six-episode series, produced by Matthew Oak (Romulus, The first king), is also shown for the first time in a teaser trailer.
The law by Lidia Poët: The plot and the rest of the cast
Created by Guido Iuculano (Anything could happen) e David Orsini (Generation 56K), and directed by Rovere with Letizia Lamartire (Baby), Lidia Poët’s law takes us to Turin at the end of the 19th century. A ruling by the local Court of Appeal declares Lidia Poët’s enrollment in the register of lawyers illegitimate, thus preventing her from practicing the profession just because she is a woman. Penniless but full of pride, Lidia finds a job at her brother Enrico’s law firm, while she prepares the appeal to overturn the Court’s conclusions. Through a gaze that goes beyond her time, Lidia assists the suspects by seeking the truth behind appearances and prejudices. Jacopo, a mysterious journalist and Lidia’s brother-in-law, passes information and guides her into the hidden worlds of a magniloquent Turin.
Next to De Angelis they act Eduardo Scarpetta (The brilliant friend, The Ignorant Fairies) in the role of the journalist Jacopo Barberis; Pier Luigi Pasino of Enrico Poët, Lidia’s brother; Sarah Lazarus (DOC) e Sinéad Thornhill of Teresa Barberis and Marianna Poët, Enrico’s wife and daughter respectively; And Dario Aita (The pupil) by Andrea Caracciolo. The writing team includes Elisa Dondi, Daniela Gambaro and Paolo Piccirillo.
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