Karina arrives to a mansion to work as a governess of a group of singing children, Mari Nieves, Blanca, Carlos, Javier and Santi, known in Spain as "La Pandilla". She must take care of their education, and she decides to use music to teach them. Meanwhile, the record company where the children work is busy with another project. Their biggest star, Marta, is getting ready a song to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 1971. Carlos, the composer of the song, titled "En un mundo nuevo" ("In a new world") meets Karina in the mansion and starts feeling affection to the girl, something Marta, who is Carlos' girlfriend doesn't like at all. She is also jealous of Karina for her musical abilities, and when one day Marta catches Karina with Carlos singing a song composed for the governess, she gives him an ultimatum, if Karina doesn't leave the mansion at once, she will break her contract with the record company and won't sing "En un mundo nuevo" in the Eurovision Song Contest... Written by
Everybody can reach the sky!
Did You Know?
The musical group that appears in this film, La Pandilla, had two incarnations. This Spanish film was the first of the three to feature the musical group, and is the only one of the three films to feature the first incarnation. The other two films were made in Puerto Rico - 'Operación Alacrán' and La Pandilla en apuros
(1976). 'Mari Blanca Ruiz Martinez' and Francisco Javier Martínez
were the only members of La Pandilla to appear in all three films. See more
Yo te diré
By Halpern and Llovet
Performed by Karina See more