One of the main characters Tokyo was killed off in the latest season of the Netflix series.
For people who have been away from the spoilers of the latest season of Money Heist, please stay away! The fifth season of La Casa de Papel volume one ended on a heartbreaking note when Tokyo became one of the main characters to die in the series. Now, the makers of the Netflix series shared a video with a voiceover by Tokyo played by Úrsula Corberó who says that even if the gang is broken into a thousand pieces, the Resistance will always come back as one.
The video features a Kintsugi artist who puts together the broken pieces of a Dali mask by using liquid gold. It's a final goodbye from Tokyo to the people who are alive as well as the departed souls namely Professor, Denver, Helsinki, Palermo, Bogotá, Rio, Oslo, Moscow, Berlin, and Nairobi. The special video is also a leap of hope for the gang and she says, "They will always be the Resistance."
Titled as Kintsugi, the video is captioned as "They'll break us into a thousand pieces, but the Resistance will always come back as one."
Earlier during an interaction with PTI, Úrsula had spoken about the response Money Heist has been receiving. She stated, "There is something about this craziness about Money Heist which came in an unexpected manner to all of us."
The Spanish actor added, "It's fantastic to see that everyone around the world roots strongly for all characters. And when you're working you cannot think about pleasing the audience but you need to stay faithful to what the audience originally fell in love with."
The final instalment of the show that is Money Heist season five, volume two will be out on December 3, 2021, on Netflix. This time, the escape plan has turned into a war for the gang members who are alive inside and outside of the Bank of Spain.