Moura says Escobar “was a very complex person.”
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Slumped on a terracotta rooftop, Pablo Escobar succumbs to multiple bullet wounds, blood leaching from his chest, signaling the end of the drug lord's reign of terror in Colombia.The death of the feared Medellin Cartel's "Don Pablo" has been recreated in painstaking detail by the cast and crew of Netflix hit "Narcos".Newman spent 20 years researching Escobar, tracking down DEA agents Steve Murphy and Javier Pena, the lead investigators in the manhunt, both of whom eventually retired and became consultants on the show.The show has been praised for presenting a nuanced portrait of Escobar, who never forgot his roots but who is also said to have flirted with the idea of becoming president.For Brazilian actor Wagner Moura, it was important to portray Escobar as a human being, with many terrible character traits but also aspects to his personality anyone might have.
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