|TITLE||I KNOW WHO YOU ARE|
|GENRE||Drama - Thriller|
|PRODUCER||Arca Audiovisual SL (Filmax group) for Mediaset|
|CAST||FRANCESC GARRIDO, BLANCA PORTILLO, ALEX MONNER, AIDA FOLCH|
A man, around 55 years of age, appears walking down a desolate highway...
From his ripped clothes and injured face it seems he has had an accident, but he can’t remember who he is or how he got there. He has no ID on him, no cell phone or anything that can identify him. He has total amnesia.
His name is Juan Elias, a successful criminal lawyer with aspirations of becoming dean of the university and teacher of the most sought after ethics Masters Course in the country. He has a 19 year old son who admires him and a rebellious 11 year old daughter, both from his marriage to judge Alicia Castro. Theirs is a relationship founded on more than just love; it is based on sincerity and complete complicity.
Now, the doctors have recommended that Elias go home and hope that being back in familiar surroundings will help jog his memory. He returns home to discover what type of husband and father he used to be and to rebuild the emotional ties that he once had. This won’t be an easy task for Juan Elias. Neither will it be the only challenge he has to face.
When the police find the wreck of Elias’ car, they also find the cell phone of his 23 year old niece, Anna Saura. She was a student of his and disappeared the same night as the accident. All the evidence points to the fact that Elias killed her. Now he will have to find a way to prove his innocence, even though he himself is unsure of whether or not he's guilty.
“Subtle, classy, cool”
“I Know Who You Are, one of the most impelling Spanish series of recent years, is a true credit to the unique vision of its creator, Pau Freixas. The screenwriter has patiently put together a wonderfully Machiavellian tale, which draws the viewer into a world of question marks and ambiguous characters.”
“I Know Who You Are works really well […], defining its personality from the get-go. [The main characters] take the camera by storm.”
“Technically sharp, subtle and dark...”
“I Know Who You Are marks a new leap forward in Spanish fiction.”