The Boarding School (2007–2010)
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El unicornio 

Martín hopes the incredible nature of Lucas's latest prophetic dream (where Camilo collides with a flying unicorn) will prove them all insubstantial. Meanwhile, Julia sets out for her father's safety deposit box alone.

Director:

Alexandra Graf

Writers:

Daniel Écija (creator), Juan Carlos Cueto (creator) | 5 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Luis Merlo ... Héctor de la Vega
Natalia Millán ... Elsa Fernández Campos
Marta Torné ... María Almagro
Martiño Rivas ... Marcos Novoa Pazos (as Martín Rivas)
Ana de Armas ... Carolina Leal Solís
Raúl Fernández de Pablo ... Fermín de Pablo (as Raúl Fernández)
Yon González ... Iván Noiret León
Elena Furiase Elena Furiase ... Victoria Martínez González
Blanca Suárez ... Julia Medina
Daniel Retuerta Daniel Retuerta ... Roque Sánchez Navas
Pedro Civera Pedro Civera ... Camilo Belmonte
Marta Hazas ... Amelia Ugarte Roldán
Carlos Leal ... Jacques Noiret
Alejandro Casaseca ... José 'Toni' Antonio
Carlota García ... Paula Novoa Pazos
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Storyline

Martín hopes the outlandishness of Lucas' latest dream (where Camilo collides with a flying unicorn) will end his son's steadfast belief in their prophetic and inescapable nature, but Lucas' agitation only increases when he recognizes the room wherein his father will commit murder. In trying to prove she saw Amelia in cahoots with Jacques, Carolina sets a trap and suffers a traumatic experience, but the gang has, by this time, abandoned her, believing her accusation springs wholely out of jealousy. As Saúl tries to persuade Fermin to stay with the school, Baby Samuel's disruptiveness at meetings makes the staff hope Elsa takes a maternity leave. Julia heads for her father's safety deposit box alone and narrowly escape capture. What she retrieves makes the gang's blood run cold. Written by statmanjeff

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Mystery

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

17 December 2008 (Spain) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Globomedia See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title translates into English as "The Black Lagoon Boarding School: The Unicorn." See more »

Quotes

Jacques Noiret: Amelia, those beautiful legs, you're not going to have them forever.
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Connections

References Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds (1981) See more »

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