Breaking the bank. And I mean the real bank. And I mean the central bank. And I mean the very central bank! La Casa de Papel or Money Heist is all about stealing tons of money from the “system” and then building a philosophy on it.
So do they really steal? Whose money is it? Is it the government’s money or people’s money? Or is it nobody’s money since it’s not printed by any legal authority? Is money heist “wrong” in this situation? These questions were the questions in people’s minds and they started to talk about these topics on social media starting from the first day of the Money Heist.
Who decides which “groups” are more corrupted in a country? La Casa de Papel is playing with our ethical values and make us think about what’s owning…
The names of the characters make it even sexier. Tokyo, Berlin, Rio, Moscow…
People loved to comment on city names of La Casa de Papel and even picked fake names for themselves. There is certainly an emotional bond with Money Heist characters and the audience. People don’t want them to get hurt! Let’s see what social media says about this:
❝If a painter told you he had three years left to live, would you ask him to stop painting? Would you have told Michaelangelo to stop sculpting his David? No. Of course not. You'd have said: Forza, Michaelangelo! Continue doing your passion.❞#lacasadepapel pic.twitter.com/VpxttwK0tM— ʙᴀᴛꜱʏ. saw joker 🃏 (@whoisnadine) November 4, 2019