Shooting of the series SKY HIGH takes off

publicado el 18/02/2022 por Vaca Films

This week the shooting of Hasta el cielo en París has started. It is a new series produced by Vaca Films (El desorden que dejas, Celda 211) for Netflix and continues the story of the film of the same name.

As in the feature film, the direction will be by Daniel Calparsoro (Salto al vacío, Cien años de perdón) and Jorge Guerricaechevarría (Quien a hierro mata, Celda 211) writes the screenplay of this new fiction whose cast is headed by Asia Ortega (Hasta el cielo, Las del field hockey), Luis Tosar (Los favoritos de Midas, Código Emperador), Álvaro Rico (Élite, Sagrada Familia), newcomer Alana La Hija del Jeque, Richard Holmes, Patricia Vico (Hasta el cielo, Las aventuras del capitán Alatriste), Fernando Cayo (La casa de papel) and urban music artists Ayax Pedrosa, Dollar Selmouni and Jarfaiter, who were already part of the cast of the film.

This new fiction will be shot over the next few weeks in locations in Paris, Madrid, the Algarve, Lisbon, Galicia (on location in A Coruña and Lugo) and Nigeria.

In Hasta el cielo, a call in the middle of the night will change Sole’s (Asia Ortega) destiny: Ángel, her husband and leader of a gang of gangsters has died; turned overnight into a young widow with a son to take care of and a lot of business problems to deal with, Sole is not willing to return under the tutelage of her father Rogelio (Luis Tosar), one of the biggest traffickers of stolen objects in Madrid. Determined to make a living for herself, Sole will find new allies along the way who will help her unravel the mystery of the deaths that have marked her destiny, while she makes contact again with the gang of aluniceros and manages to gain their trust to carry out again robberies as ambitious as those of the old days. But neither the police nor the different mafias with which he will have to compete will be willing to make his way to heaven easy.


The shooting of the HASTA EL CIELO series is supported by the FEDER fund, financed as part of the European Union’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.