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Elite

Crime, Drama, Mystery

7.4

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Spain
Spanish
Binge-Worthy
2018
Álvaro de Juana, Álvaro Rico, André Lamoglia
50 min

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When three working class kids enroll in the most exclusive school in Spain, the clash between the wealthy and the poor students leads to tragedy.

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7.4
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Three kids from a poor neighborhood win scholarships to the best high-school in Spain and later find themselves at the center of a murder. There is a lot that comes to the surface from the working-class kids clashing with the wealthy. Themes of money, power, religion, and even sexuality make this show so compelling that I never felt like I needed a murder to keep watching.

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