Dom: Season 1 (2021)


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Air date: Jun 4, 2021

Victor is a man whose mission in life is to win the war on drugs; meanwhile, his son, Pedro, keeps losing his battles against drugs; being on opposite sides of the same war will make their father-son relationship crumble.

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Air date: Jun 4, 2021

Feeling threatened and unable to deal with his addiction, Pedro meets Jasmin and joins a gang of luxury house thieves; Victor tracks down an informant in an attempt to find his son's whereabouts.

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Air date: Jun 4, 2021

After a failed attempt to reconcile with his father and irritated by past mistakes, Pedro considers quitting, only to come up with a plan for an even bigger theft; in 1970, Victor meets a drug lord who wants to make cocaine popular in Rio de Janeiro.

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Air date: Jun 4, 2021

Pedro becomes annoyed at Lico's constant blunders during robberies; in 1995, teenage Pedro and Lico start doing cocaine and carry out burglaries to support their addiction; in the 1970s, Victor is pressured into snorting coke for the first time.

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Air date: Jun 4, 2021

At age 15, Pedro undergoes a brutal period of rehabilitation treatments; as an adult, devastated by a loss, he succumbs to his drug addiction; in 1970, Victor takes a risk and makes one more delivery for drug lord Ribeiro.

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Air date: Jun 4, 2021

After being rushed to the hospital, Pedro gives rehab another shot; in 1999, he's released from the juvenile detention center; his relationship with his father takes a turn for the worse; in 1970, Victor strengthens his ties with Ribeiro.

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Air date: Jun 4, 2021

Clean after months of rehab, Pedro is lured right back into drugs and crime; in 1978, Victor joins the Civil Police and runs into an old acquaintance; disillusioned, he joins a unit that promises to rid Rio de Janeiro of drugs.

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Air date: Jun 4, 2021

After an unsuccessful heist and the death of a gang member, Pedro ends up being kidnapped, putting his mother and sister in a risky situation; finding out about his son's abduction, Victor swears revenge on the perpetrators.

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Cast & Crew

Gabriel Leone
Pedro Dom

Actor
Flávio Tolezani
Victor Dantas

Actor
Filipe Bragança
Young Victor Dantas

Actor
Ramon Francisco
Lico

Actor
Digão Ribeiro
Armário

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Fábio Lago
Ribeiro

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Julia Konrad
Young Paloma

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André Mattos
Sergeant Figueira

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Raquel Villar
Jasmin

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Isabella Santoni
Viviane

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Critic Reviews for Dom: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Dom: Season 1

  • Aug 11, 2021
    I just can't watch it bc those incredibly artificial contact lenses that Gabriel Leone wears are incredibly stupid. He constantly does weird things with his eyes and it is truly comical :D.
  • Jul 22, 2021
    "Dom" is the first scripted Brazilian show on Amazon Prime, but it surely won't be the last. Here's hoping they get better going forward. Anyone lucky enough to have been to Rio de Janeiro knows that crime and drugs hang like a dark cloud over this otherwise beautiful city. "Dom," which we are told at the beginning of each episode was based on real facts, shows a particularly bleak side of Rio. Gabriel Leone, a talented young actor who has already made a name for himself in a number of Brazilian novelas, has the lead role of Pedro "Dom," who becomes addicted to cocaine and crime at a very early age. Victor, his father and a former police officer, repeatedly tries to steer his son down the path of the straight and narrow. But no matter how many times he and Pedro's distraught mother send him to rehab, the kid starts snorting cocaine within minutes of getting home. The series jumps back and forth between the early 2000s and the early 1970s, when Victor gets his start helping the police at the dawn of the war on drugs. Sometimes the show tells you what year it is and sometimes it makes you guess. It can be confusing. At one point, Victor goes in the span of what appears to be about five years from being played by the terrific 20-year-old actor Filipe Bragança to being played by Flávio Tolezani, an excellent -- but 43 year old -- actor who is at least a decade beyond being able to credibly play a 20-something and who bears little resemblance to Bragança. For most of the series, Leone plays Pedro as sweet but troubled. As the series concludes, however, his sweetness disappears and he seems to have turned into just a plain old monster. When the last episode ended, I assumed there wouldn't be a second series -- because (spoiler alert!) I know that the real Pedro Dom was killed not long after the event portrayed in the final scene. Unfortunately, it appears they are making a second series of "Dom," meaning they are going to stretch out that brief period on the run. They should have just ended it in one series. Brazil is full of great actors -- so it's no surprise this show is very well acted. But eight episodes in the company of this criminal was more than enough.
  • Jul 17, 2021
    Well done, the series was linear and engaging, and brings a political and social reality, that affects the behavior and choices of a middle-class youth.
  • Jul 08, 2021
    very attractive, intelligent storytelling, very intense, great characters, although the outcome is clear, the point is how everything unfolds. Strongly hope to see a second season.
  • Jul 01, 2021
    Still annoying me, the fact that they use Spanish! In Brasil the language is Portuguese!
  • Jun 21, 2021
    Really good--enjoyed the pacing, character development and flashbacks. 10/10 recommend! Can't wait for season 2!
  • Jun 19, 2021
    A brasilian production at it's best. Dom shows the great promise and potential of national productions in the streaming era. With powerful performances all around, the series does not sugarcoat real problemas in our society. The viewer is offered a deep look into drug abuse, family relations, crime, police brutality and corruption, the war on drugs and the military dictatorship... Aspects that to this day, still mold the country in an aparently unending cycle.
  • Jun 13, 2021
    Absurdly very well produced and elaborated series. A true perfection of what a production from Brazil really has to offer.
  • Jun 06, 2021
    Series very well done, shows a lot of what Rio de Janeiro is and its links with drug trafficking and police corruption, and also takes a dip in the period of the military dictatorship, excellent.
  • Jun 06, 2021
    This epic crime saga spanning multiple decades is well directed and masterfully edited. Highly recommended.

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