In Turkish, “para” means money.
The term was quickly adopted by rappers from across the Rhine and the younger generations of Germany.
Wheat, cash… This is what childhood friends and inveterate party girls are desperately looking for, Jazz, Fanta, Rasaq and Hajra who are struggling in their sensitive neighborhood of Wedding in Berlin.
At the age of 18, the protagonists of the sassy and outgoing series
Para: We Are King
(to be discovered on WarnerTV) have dreams in their heads, which their birth in precarious or immigrant families unfortunately makes them inaccessible.
Four blocks, thrills in Berlin
Until they inadvertently stumble upon the cocaine stash of their occasional drug dealer, Pascal.
Despite the desertion of Rasaq, who wishes to leave this life of excess and make his parents proud by accepting an arranged marriage with a son from a good Moroccan family, his friends decide to resell the goods.
A quick fortune stretches out its arms to them, like trouble.
Jazz, Fanta and Hajra are Nickel Feet of traffic.
Thirst for life
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