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María Gabriela de Faría,
It's a look at the life of teenagers who go to the Elite Way School. The lead actors are Dulce Maria, Anahi, Maite Perroni, Christian Chavez, Christopher Uckerman and Alfonso Herrera. They are a part of a band called RBD and Rebelde follows them through their teenage life. They also fall in love, laugh and live together in Elite Way School.
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 »
Great Spanish-language program, according to French-language student
Before I comment, let me tell you beforehand that I'm a French IV student in high school. Recently, I came home from school and I turned on the TV to see what's on. I had never watched Spanish-language programming before, and although there was initially a language barrier, I managed to understand most of what was going on (since French and Spanish are Romance languages, meaning that they are derived from Latin) and I liked it. Unlike other drama programs I've seen, it is different. I think different is good. Once you get beyond the obvious language barrier, you get to appreciate what a masterpiece this program is. This TV program is one I think would be hard to replicate in English. The theme song is very catchy, and you can easily pick up on it. Overall, this a great program. If you ever have a chance to watch this program, you will enjoy it.
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