Last March, we learned during the Prime Video Presents France event that The Spanish Inn was going to have a series sequel, created by Cédric Klapisch himself. Today, the cast of this already highly anticipated show is revealed.
End of suspense! Yes, Romain Duris, but also Cécile de France, Kevin Bishop, Kelly Reilly, and Barnaby Metschurat will resume the roles they held in The Spanish Inn, Russian Dolls, and Chinese Puzzle in the Greek Salad series expected in France and worldwide on Prime Video.
The interpreters of Xavier, Isabelle, William, Wendy, and Tobias will thus support the two young actors chosen to play the main roles of the series: Aliocha Schneider and Megan Northam. The first is the brother of Niels Schneider and has notably participated in the Vampires and Germinal series. The second will soon be on the poster of Robuste with Gérard Depardieu and both will camp the children of Xavier and Wendy: Tom and Mia.
Twenty years after their parents’ Spanish experience, it is in Greece that these two young adults will settle down. “Mia, a rebellious and rebellious 19-year-old woman, is trying at all costs to free herself from her parents, and her brother Tom, 25, who has done brilliant studies and whose family expects a lot.
When their grandfather dies, their lives change when they inherit a building in Athens. Tom then flies to the Greek capital to manage this inheritance and secretly hopes to reconnect with his sister who is studying there.
Mia and Tom, whose relationship has always been conflicted, will finally find themselves sharing an apartment with people from all over Europe. However, a far cry from the carefree experience of their parents in Barcelona in the early 2000s…”, reads the synopsis shared by Prime Video.
As with the films, we will find Cédric Klapisch behind the camera, accompanied by Lola Doillon and Antoine Garceau, with whom the filmmaker had already collaborated on the first season of Ten percent.
The one whose next film, En corps, is expected in theaters on March 30, created the series in collaboration with Thomas Cousineau, Agnès Hurstel, Paul Madillo, and Eugène Rousse, joined in writing by Charlotte de Givry.