I must explain first for the non Argentinian readers that Sandro is a kind of gypsy elvis, just as elvis a lousy actor.
Well in this one he is a full-of-himself car racer, who sings of course, and is mean to people and specially girls.
He later has an accident that leaves him PSICOLOGICALLY BLIND AND PARALIZED and learns, with the help of two nuns, the meaning of life, of love and the little things, and he can walk again but he still can't see. Although his illness is psychological he has to be operated to recover the sight and goes trhough physical rehabilitation for walk again.
And he falls in love with one of the nuns but she leaves him before the eyes operation. She leaves him because, even after learning the meaning of love, he is still annoying. Then there is a extraordinary press conference scene where he finally breaks down for the sadness of loosing the nuns love and he has to be taken out of the room.
And it goes o and on but this is a campy funny piece and Sandro is amazingly over the edge.
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