American Crime Story | The chilling history of the Versace crime! the Trailer

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Finally, we know something more. Yesterday was released the first official trailer of American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace. After all this time spying on teaser shorts, promotional images and hearing rumors, Ryan Murphy made us even more intrigued.
The second chapter of American Crime Story dedicated to Italian fashion designer will be broadcast next January 17 on US channel Fx. Thank FoxCrime, also in Italian, you will not have to wait long to vividly relive the crime that twenty years ago, in July 1997, brought at the loss of Gianni Versace in her Miami villa.
Nine episodes in which the facts that led to the assassination and the investigations that arose out of it.

In short, if you liked the first series, centered on O.J.Simpson, after seeing the trailer on the Versace case you will guess. The video will catapult you violently to the glamorous atmospheres in which Versace, played by Edgar Ramirez, is surrounded. An unbelievable villa, models and disco parties will be ripped off to project you in the dramatic moments of the murder and its consequences. The inconsolable despair of comrade Antonio, played by Ricky Martin, and his sister Donatella, Penelope Cruz, divided between the insuperable mourning and the need to carry on the legacy of the fashion house.
But, as has happened in the first series, it seems that the true protagonist is the murderer, Andrew Cunanan, played by Darren Criss of Glee, the sadistic unbalanced with a past of prostitution and scams committing the crime for reasons not yet entirely clear.
About Italian, understood as a language: in the trailer the detective strives to say Versace, with the e. By avoiding our ears listening to that cacophonic Versaci with I, which Americans tend to languidly pronounce. Gianni, he would probably be happy!

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