The return of Breaking Bad will be held on 11 October on Netflix. Entitled El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (The Path), the continuation of the saga cult worn by Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a chemistry teacher-turned-drug lord, will look at the journey of Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), a former pupil, became his closest accomplice in the illegality.

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At the end of the series, which aired from 2008 to 2013, the last in the flight to Albuquerque after the death of his mentor. The first images of the film show the interrogation of Skinny Pete (Charles Baker), a faithful friend of Jesse, obviously not willing to cooperate: “I don’t know where it is. Or where it goes. To the north, south, west, east, Mexico, on the Moon… I don’t know. But, yo. Even if I knew, I would say no. I mate the info like everyone else. I saw the cage where they were locked up. I know what they had done to him so that he continues to cook. So sorry. No question that I will help you put Jesse Pinkman in a cage”, he says in the offices of the DEA, the organization specialized in the fight against drug trafficking in the United States.

What about Walter White?

Directed and written by the creator of the series Vince Gilligan, shot the film in secrecy, is a direct sequel of the series. In the last season, Jesse Pinkman after having been imprisoned and tortured, managed to escape. The film will focus on his mare. As to a possible re-emergence of Walter White, which is supposed to be dead, the question remains.

The series brought to the screen by AMC in the United States between January 2008 and September 2013 was a great success and has been repeatedly rewarded. Bryan Cranston has received the Golden Globe for best actor in a drama series in 2014. “My experience in Breaking Bad has changed my life and my career. It has offered me opportunities that I never would have had without it”, he said, last January, to Entertainment Weekly Radio. Before adding: “If we were to offer me to play in the movie Breaking Bad or in the series Better Call Saul (prequel to Breaking Bad ), I would accept immediately.”