Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe Review: Drugs and Party

Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe starring Miguel Bernardeau, Georgina Amorós and Claudia Salas is out on Netflix today. Directed by Dani de la Orden and Jorge Torregrossa, these short stories are the plots that didn’t make it to season 3. The short stories intend to tell the fans what their favourite characters are upto before the drama, murder and cheating game unfolds in Elite Season 4. Three episodes in every short story will release before the new season.

At the end of Elite Season 3, Nadia and Lu (Danna Paola) go to New York to study further. Guzmán (Miguel Bernardeau) and Nadia (Mina El Hammani) decide to stay together and are ready for a long-distance relationship. After too much drama, Omar (Omar Ayuso) and Ander (Arón Piper) are together again. After Polo’s (Álvaro Rico) death mystery is solved, Guzmán, Samuel (Itzan Escamilla), Rebeka/Rebe (Claudia Salas) and Cayetana/Caye (Georgina Amorós) get a chance to be back in Las Encinas to complete their final year.

Before they enter the final year and Elite Season 4 commences, the Spanish steamy thriller creators decided to give the characters and their fans a breather. The plot of Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe reads – Rebe invites Caye and Guzmán over for some special cake at her brand new house. Shenanigans ensue.

Guzmán is the first one to enter Rebe’s house for the housewarming party. He asks her where the others are and she gives vague answers in the beginning. Rebe then informs him that Omar and Ander have left as a terminal kid with whom they hooked her up with was found dead in a pool. Well, here goes another dead body in a swimming pool, probably setting up the plot for Elite Season 4. Caye joins the duo a bit late for the party.

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As the trio sit near the pool and enjoy the special cake made by Ander, Guzmán is constantly looking at his phone worriedly. He tells Caye and Rebe that Nadia hasn’t been answering his texts. Caye teases him that there are guys hotter than him in New York, so why would she bother texting him. Suddenly, the special cake does its work, and Guzmán and Caye start hallucinating.

Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe Review: Still from the series
Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe Review

Later, Guzmán finds some drug packages in Rebe’s new house. If you’ve forgotten, let me remind you that Rebe’s mother dealt with drugs in the previous season, and her daughter warned her to stop it. Rebe is furious and calls her mother to confront her about the packages. Suddenly, a few armed men start ringing the bell. It’s a new house, and Rebe had just starting chilling a bit with her friends. Now there’s new trouble knocking on her doorbell, literally. So who are these armed men, and how will the trio handle the drugs situation? Well, no spoilers in my Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe review.

The short story is the first one of the Elite universe to be out today. It’s an interesting tease that shows that sometimes, these teenagers live a normal life. But they will always be controversy’s favourite kids.

Netflix's Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe Review
Netflix’s Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe Review

Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe: It is worth watching?

By releasing Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe, the makers have served a sweet treat to their fans. We often see these teenagers lusting over each other, fighting, in a pool of blood, heartbroken or getting accused of murders. But, at least for some time, some of them got to chill by the pool with a magical cake. Whatever season 4 offers, these short stories will definitely add more to the buildup and buzz.

Elite Short Stories Guzmán Caye Rebe is streaming on Netflix.

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