Vendetta Truth, Lies and the Mafia how to watch | trailer, plot, news
If you’re looking for a new crime documentary to crack this week, then look no further than Vendetta: Truth, Lies and the Mafia – the latest Italian series to hit Netflix.
The six-part series examines Sicily’s anti-Mafia stance through the lens of television journalist Pino Maniaci, who begins to delve into Judge Silvana Saguto’s handling of confiscated Mafia property.
Meanwhile, Saguto also begins to make claims against Maniaci, who soon begins to face extortion charges.
Exploring a complicated set of facts, Vendetta: Truth, Lies and the Mafia is a fascinating watch for true crime fans – read on for everything you need to know about the docuseries.
How to watch Vendetta: Truth, Lies and the Mafia
Vendetta: Truth, Lies and the Mafia arrived on Netflix on Friday September 24.
What is Vendetta about: the truth, the lies and the mafia?
This veritable Italian criminal docusery follows journalist Pino Maniaci as he investigates Judge Silvana Saguto’s management of confiscated Mafia property.
The series takes a look at the battle between Maniaci and Saguto, which accuses Maniaci of supporting mafia families whose property has been confiscated, but who is telling the truth?
“Sicily prides itself on a daring ‘Anti-Mafia’ coalition. But what happens when those who try to bring down organized crime are accused of being criminals themselves? Netflix teases.
Vendetta: The Truth, The Lies & The Mafia Trailer
Netflix released a trailer for the real crime series in August, teasing interviews with Pino Maniaci and Silvana Saguto. Take a look below:
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