The lives of some girls and boys at Elite Way, a Buenos Aires private high school. Marizza, Pablo, Manuel and Mia are four among this teenagers, and share a vocation for music which leads them to start a band altogether, the Erreway.
Florencia Fazzarino is a poor girl but with a personality that's worth millions. She is funny, energetic and supersticious. In her early twenties she finds herself the new nanny of the ... See full summary »
Mia, Rocco and Lujan are the only names to be kept from Rebel's Way (2002). All the following characters were renamed for Rebelde (2004): Pablo was renamed Diego; Marizza was renamed Roberta; Luna became Lupita; Felicitas was renamed Celina; Manuel is named Miguel; Sergio became Leon: Guido was renamed Giovanni; Marcos became Teo; Sonia is named Alma; Santiago became Enrique; Marcel is called Pascual; Blas is named Gastón; and Sandra became Mayra. See more »
So I started watching Rebelde when I was home sick one day and there was nothing else on TV so I decided to check out the Spanish channel even though I don't speak one word of Spanish. It took me a while to get to know who the characters were, but once I started watching it on a more consistent basis not only were the characters interesting but their story lines were easy to follow, even if you don't know the language. And then when I found out that six of the actors from Rebelde were in a Spanish Pop group called RBD, and frequently there music is used on the show, it's adds a bit to it. Overall I think Rebelde can easily be enjoyed by anyone no matter their language just as if they have the patience to get to know who the characters are and even though I know I completely miss things, it is quite fun to try and guess what they are saying. When Rebelde's released on DVD I'll tell ya I'll be right there buying my copy!!
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