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Max confirmed the release date of “Menem Junior: the death of the president’s son”

Max confirmed the release date of “Menem Junior: the death of the president’s son”
February 23, 2024 – 2:23 p.m.

The documentary series explores the event of the unexpected death of Carlos Saúl Facundo Menem Yoma.

It premieres on February 29 “Menem Junior: the death of the president’s son”. It will be the first original Argentine production of Maxthe streaming platform that arrives on February 27 in Latin America.

With four 45′ episodes, the documentary explores the event of the unexpected death of Carlos Saúl Facundo Menem Yoma.

What is “Menem Junior: the death of the president’s son” about?

On March 15, 1995, the son of the former Argentine president Carlos Menem suffered a tragic incident when the helicopter he was piloting collided with high tension lines and crashed to the ground. This event shocked all Argentine citizens and produced a great impact on the media, still present in the collective memory as one of the most remembered investigation cases of the 90s.

The uncertainty about whether the incident was an accident or a premeditated act still persists and this documentary series addresses the historical events surrounding his death and organizes the milestones of the investigation that was on the lips of an entire country.

Menem Junior_ the death of the president’s son _ Official Trailer _ Max.mp4

“Menem Junior: the death of the president’s son” features a plurality of authoritative voices and revealing testimonies from key figures such as Zulema Yoma and Zulemita Menemthe judge of the case Carlos Villafuerte Ruzothe former economy minister Sunday Cavallojournalists Facundo Pastor, Samuel Chiche Gelblung and Román Lejmanthe writer Olga Wornat and the President of the Argentine Islamic Arab Association Adalberto Asaadamong others.

Under an agile rhythm, recreated fictional scenes, the original of Max, produced by Anima Films, shows an objective and detailed look at one of the greatest enigmas in Argentine history, still remembered by everyone.

Source: Ambito

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