He is Martin Quesada, ex-F1 driver, now successfully managing the family business. he is a very kind person but since the death of his parents and his wife he is feeling an emptiness which ... See full summary »
He is Martin Quesada, ex-F1 driver, now successfully managing the family business. he is a very kind person but since the death of his parents and his wife he is feeling an emptiness which cannot be filled neither by his girlfriend Constanza or his remaining relatives, cousins Miguel and Debi. after longer time abroad he comes back and in the hall of his firm he meets a girl who rocks his world completely. she is Esperanza Muñoz, la Monita, boxer who due to a hand injury is looking for a job. she lives with her long time boyfriend Quique and his mother Nieves in pension and dreams of a big boxing career. and the encounter with Martin rocks her world as well. Martin offers her a job and with this the problems start. because while Monita is trying to keep secret her boxing and her boyfriend from Martin, he is trying to convince his girlfriend that there is nothing going on between him and Monita. but what they cannot keep secret is their growing affection for each other. Written by
On the day of his 34th birthday Facundo Arana received a pilot license. For the episode 78 he flew a small airplane with Natalia Oreiro on board. She said in an interview that she promised him to do so when he receives his license though she did not think it would take so little time. See more »
I have watched this series in part with my wife. this is nothing uncommon . But after some time my wife was so hard 'glued' to this series so that she preferred to keep the last 50 episodes recorded till the end of August, ie when the series ended , and then nearly once per month to watch them again, again, again ,again (!) and again(!!!) so that my nerves are trembled very much with her so strong adherence.
Back to the series, the scenario seems I think a little childish, comparing to other Greek and American movies and series, consisting of many short stories combined into a bigger one, quite silly, but still has many 'glows' of cleverness throughout the series. One of the most impressive motto was of Quique's ' sorry that I don't hit the door as it did not done anything against me'
As for example for the short stories, the most awesome story was of the Russian close of Monita that lasted for 3 episodes. On other side , the funniest characters are Martin's cousins Debi and Miguel who tries to unsuccessfully persuade us he is a bad guy. Falucho however is more persuading as the bad guy of the story and Constanza is also quite convincing as a very bad spouse. Nearly the same goes to Uribe In Greece the series had different names Sarita Munoz and Juan Quesada
Sorry for my Greek-lish
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