When the Rai2 fiction was broadcast for the first time in September of suffered 2020 Sea Out, which tells the stories of the boys of the Juvenile Penitentiary Institute of Naples, started off with enthusiasm but without great leaps from the point of view of the audience. Despite this, the series slowly but exponentially gained more and more following and acclaim and was renewed for a second season.
It was thanks to his landing in the library of Raiplay before and of Netflix then that it finally became the serie cult which it deserved, from the beginning, to be. Directed by Ivan Silvestrini and conceived by Cristiana Farina, the third season of Sea Out it is about to arrive on Raiplay from February 1st and on Rai2 for 6 evenings from February 15th. After having had a preview look at the first episodes and having listened to the words of the protagonists, the producers and the director Silvestrini, we can’t help but further increase the wait, almost unbearable for the fans, by drawing up a list of 5 things we can expect from Mare Fuori 3:
1. Romantic and adult love
Along these seasons, Mare fuori has accustomed us to seeing young people dominated by passions and adults instead, always having to moderate themselves, set an example, give up being carried away by emotions in the name of a greater commitment, that of being guides and curators, moderators, example. Judging from the first episodes, from the anticipations and from the emotional cues with which the second season ended, perhaps, even for adults, there will be more room for a private life, a glimpse of happiness. Although with a high price to pay, which includes a separation and a small inevitable detachment from her son, for Commander Massimo Esposito (Carmine Recano) the director of the IPM Paola (Carolina Crescentini) could prove to be the right choice for the heart. In the meantime, Latifah’s return to Beppe’s life (Vincenzo Ferrera) opens yet another door in the sentimental life of the educator, whose full dedication to his boys had already been distracted by the discovery that he was the father of Kubra, born precisely from his youthful relationship with the woman. From Mare Fuori 3 we can therefore perhaps expect theadult lovethoughtful yet romantic and engaging.
Mare fuori 3, Maria Pia Ammirati: “Adherence to reality, polyphony and freedom are the reasons for success”
The boys of Sea Out in their events inside and outside prison they had been, for two seasons, slaves to paths and dynamics that left no room for passion but concentrated all their energies on finding betrayals, anticipating ambushes. Carmine (Massimiliano Caiazzo) was busy looking for the culprit of his wife’s death and getting revenge at any cost. Around him, from his faithful friend Filippo (Nicolas Maupas) to Pino ‘o Pazzo (Artem), the IPM had split into factions and feuds, only to then slowly open up to the possibility of going further, finding redemption pardon. The first two episodes give us a scene that heralds a storyline in which passion is dominant and sexual tension is so high that it pervades the atmosphere. Two sworn enemies, Carmine and Rita Ricci (Maria Esposito), Ciro’s sister, who entered prison only to kill the boy and avenge her brother, become the protagonists of a dance of love and death which on the surface sees them collide to seek one death of the other but in substance, it has all the air of a mating ritual. Magnetic. If this is the direction you want to give to Mare Fuori 3, an intrusive and uncontrollable one passionwe also expect great things from other love stories inside and outside the IPM.
3. The right distance from families
The Di Salvos against the Riccis, for two seasons the IPM was regulated by the cumbersome presence, outside the prison, of these two powerful, important families, the Montagues and the Capulets of Naples. If Carmine Di Salvo has always wanted to detach himself from that ruthless mother and an uncontrollable brother, his surname has always brought him, despite him, into the eye of the storm. Against him, for better or for worse, the followers of Ciro Ricci, those who, like Edoardo Conte (Matteo Paolillo), consider themselves heirs or brothers of Rosa’s missing but omnipresent brother. The third season promises to tear down these invisible threads between the boys and those criminal organizations, those families that keep them in prison even when they are out there in the world. The first to start this emancipation process will be Carmine and with him also Tano ‘o Pirucchio (Nicolò Galasso) who, as a faithful soldier of Ciro, will instead try to redeem himself and get closer to his parents, to return as an individual and no longer a pawn in the hands of others .
Mare Fuori, Carolina Crescentini: “A country that does not put young people at the center is dead”
4. New characters
Until now we have anticipated what we can expect from the characters we know and have become familiar with for two seasons but, we already know that season 3 of Mare Fuori has in store new arrivals. In fact, Lucrezia Guidone is expected to enter the adult block, as script and presentation at the press conference, who, in the role of educator Sofia Durante, is said to arrive at IPM with a tough and judgmental attitude right away. The first to be in her sights will be the director Paola Vinci and the commander Massimo Esposito and it seems that she is waiting for nothing but their misstep. Sofia Durante therefore, due to her inability to establish a good relationship with both children and adults, will be a great challenge as a new entry in the group, so much so that, as far as we know, even the patient Beppe will be put to the test. Between loves, passions and dynamics to abandon, an adult antagonist will be a fascinating obstacle to unhinge.
5. A generational change and of stories
In the press conference for the presentation of the third season of Mare Fuori, the creator Cristiana Farina already promised the arrival of a fourth, a fifth, a sixth season, because the structure and potential of the series allow for a continuous exchange of stories and of characters. To give new life to the polyphony of which the show is composed, the intensification, above all, of the attention on the events of some boys such as Gianni Cardiotrap (Domenico Cuomo) who lives in real torment and who has decided to send Gemma away too , the only girl he has ever loved, or Mimmo (Alessandro Orrei), who passed from the Ricci clan to that of the Di Salvos but perhaps ready to rediscover his real family. There is also room, at the IPM, for gods new guys, including the brothers Raffaele Di Meo known as Micciarella (Giuseppe Pirozzi), 15 years old and Luigi Di Meo known as Cucciolo (Francesco Panarella), 17 years old. The women’s department will also be strengthened with the presence of the aforementioned Rosa Ricci (Maria Esposito) and Giulia (Clara Soccini), described as a Milanese, cynical and godless trapper. Green light to the surprises of the third season for a fourth, fifth and sixth full of adventurous story lines.
Mare Fuori, the protagonists: “Enrichment always comes from the encounter between different people”
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