Is High Heat a True Story? Is the Netflix Show Based on Real Life?

CreatedBy José Ignacio Valenzuela, ‘High Heat’ (also known as ‘Donde Hubo Fuego’) is a Netflix Spanish-language MexicanTelenovela thriller series. TheStory revolves around Poncho (Iván Amozurrutia), a young firefighter trying to figure out who killed his brother among other members of his unit at a station in a Mexico City neighborhood. There, much to his surprise, he finds love And camaraderie along with danger and dread as his secret investigation progresses. Meanwhile, Ricardo Urzúa (Eduardo CapetilloHe was accused of multiple murders and has been released from prison. HeHe tries rebuilding his life and finding meaning. the daughter he hasn’t seen in years.

As a show, ‘High Heat’ deals with theEveryday lives the firefighters. ItAlso, it unfolds like aTrue crime thriller. IfWe have the answer if you are wondering whether it is inspired or not by actual events.

Is High Heat a True Story?

No, ‘High Heat’ isn’t based on a true story. Valenzuela, a renowned ChileanAuthor and screenwriter, shares theCredits writing theShow with Jean Pierre Fica Valentina Pollarolo. However, theSome elements of reality are incorporated into series. ValenzuelaWorked for a while on theAfter learning as much about fire stations as possible, you can start your project. HeAlso, it was inspired by the phrase: “La pasión no es más que un incendio del corazón” (or, “passion is nothing but a fire in the heart”). “Firefighters don’t spend all day putting out fires, in thebarracks they are always half-naked, and walk in the same way. theShower or exercise. In this series, not only buildings, houses, or cars are burned, bodies are burned, skins are burned, and for that you have to have characters who surrender to passions,” the creator of ‘Who Killed Sara?‘ stated in an interview with Produ.

ValenzuelaTelled the same outlet that he didn’t use male nudity exclusively to draw theHis show is open to female audience members. “if it happens, it is a consequence,” he stated. “I wanted male firefighters to be in aSituation in which men are generally allowed to work Weare not men, which makes them more visible the skin level.”

With ‘High Heat,’ ValenzuelaNot only do they challenge stereotypes about firefighters but also the way they treat them. theHe shatters the homophobic masculinity and LGBT community. “ThatWe have this because aWoman who performs aStereotypically masculine job, which would be that of a firefighter, aCharacter from theLGBT community that completely defies this stereotype. aA lot of masculine skin is not what we see. the masculine stereotype,” he explained.

‘High Heat’ comprises 39 episodes with 30-46-runtime each. ItIt is reported that theIn the first series aIt is a longer format Netflixa made in Mexico. As aCreator of Telenovelas, ValenzuelaIs well aware theNegative connotations are almost always attached to them. “Seeing therespect in which telenovelas are worked in MexicoThat realization made me realize. the prejudice that many people have towards them is, rather, due to misinformation or simply because they have not sat down to watch them,” he told Quién.

Is High Heat a True Story? Is the Netflix Show Based on Real Life?

TheAuthor of the ‘Trilogía del Malamor’ series continued, “OfOf course, there are. aThere are many soap operas that are just as bad as the good ones. aMany bad books, movies, and plays. ButThere are soap operas that have experienced changes. theMany lives have been touched by the quality of their lives or they are now part of history. ThereSoap operas that have changed theTelevision paradigms the times in which they were made.” Clearly, ‘High Heat’ isn’t based on a true story, but it’s perfectly understandable if someone thinks it is.

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