Gomorra 3

Gomorrah is set in the suburbs of Naples, focusing on organised crime and the relationships of gangsters, drug dealers, and ordinary people. It offers a different style of mafia portrayal from previous series such as The Sopranos, or other Italian series like Il Capo dei Capi. Gomorrah is similar to The Wire in showing street-level crime and its hierarchical organisation from the pavement up to the office chair, and giving an audience a story about external and internal power struggles between criminals and delinquents. Described as "ugly in a good way,"[3] the series is fast-paced, concentrating on cold emotive content for dramatic effect.

Set Decorator
Paolo Faenzi
Production Designer
Paki Meduri
Production Designer
Alessandra Mura
Production Manager
Georgi Gatzov
Production Manager
Sonia Cilia
Line Producer
Alessia Sinistro
Executive Producer
Matteo De Laurentis
Executive Producer
Gianfranco Pierantoni
Director
Claudio Cupellini

Cast

 
Marco D'Amore
Ciro
Boryana Manoilova
Helvana

Synopsis

Gomorrah is set in the suburbs of Naples, focusing on organised crime and the relationships of gangsters, drug dealers, and ordinary people. It offers a different style of mafia portrayal from previous series such as The Sopranos, or other Italian series like Il Capo dei Capi. Gomorrah is similar to The Wire in showing street-level crime and its hierarchical organisation from the pavement up to the office chair, and giving an audience a story about external and internal power struggles between criminals and delinquents. Described as "ugly in a good way," the series is fast-paced, concentrating on cold emotive content for dramatic effect.


Gomorrah is set in the suburbs of Naples, focusing on organised crime and the relationships of gangsters, drug dealers, and ordinary people. It offers a different style of mafia portrayal from previous series such as The Sopranos, or other Italian series like Il Capo dei Capi. Gomorrah is similar to The Wire in showing street-level crime and its hierarchical organisation from the pavement up to the office chair, and giving an audience a story about external and internal power struggles between criminals and delinquents. Described as "ugly in a good way," the series is fast-paced, concentrating on cold emotive content for dramatic effect.