At the start in the early evening on Canale 5 Justice for all, new fiction starring Raoul Bova and Rocío Muñoz Morales, actors but also companions in life. Let’s find out the plot and details of the series.
Justice for allplot
Justice for all it is produced by RB Produzioni and Showlab for Mediaset. The director is there Maurizio Zaccaro while the screenplay is by Andrea Nobile. The series, set in Turin, follows the events of Roberto Beltrami, played by Raoul Bova. Esteemed photographer, he is sentenced to thirty years formurder of his wife, lawyer of a very prestigious Turin firm. The man, however, has always declared himself innocent, trying in every way to prove his extraneousness to the murder. Roberto even managed to graduate in Law while he was in prison. After ten years he gets out of prison and has to start living again. First, he attempts to retrieve the relationship with his daughter Giulia, nineteen, and with Daniela, his wife’s sister who raised the girl as his own. Roberto is contacted by Victoria Bonetto (Rocío Muñoz Morales), daughter of the owner of the studio where Beatrice, his wife, worked. The woman offers him to collaborate, to defend those who, like him, have been unjustly convicted. In addition to Bova and Muñoz Morales, are part of the cast also Anna Favella, Francesca Vetere, Giulia Battistini, Jacopo Crovella, Giuseppe Antignati, Elia Moutamid, Rossella Brescia, Anna Ferruzzo, Roberto Zibetti, Giada Di Palma, Silvia Lorenzo and Beppe Rosso.
Justice for allthe words of the protagonists
Speaking of his character, Roberto, Raoul Bova explained: “He is accused of killing his wife and is sentenced to 30 years in prison. Once he’s out of jail, the first thing he wants to do is win back his daughter“. Furthermore, the main objective of the photographer is to find out who really killed his wife Beatrice. Rocío Muñoz Morales plays the role of Victoria Bonetto, “a strong woman, used to a difficult job where you have to use your brain a lot “. Very rational then, but not used to letting go of feelings. The two protagonists are both leaders, “two people with a strong character”. The series was also born from the desire to tell the many cases of bad justice in Italy. In 2020, for example, there were 101. “Let’s not forget that many law firms work in favor of these innocent Pro bono” wanted to explain the director of the series, Maurizio Zaccaro. Even the protagonist Roberto Beltrami, once out of prison, takes charge of free of charge to review the cases for which someone ended up in prison despite being innocent, “crushed by the blind fury of the search for a culprit at all costs” concluded the director.