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I have seen some episodes of this series as part of my research on the representation of teenagers in Spanish media and I have to say I am very surprised at the quality of it. I had read some pretty bad reviews about it, re: acting and poor dialogues. But, as a matter of fact, the series is very contemporary, even if it is now a few years old. The main characters are charismatic, and the actors are rather good (granted, maybe not all of them...). The plot lines might not be the most original and include some relatively stereotypical motifs, but I guess this is what you expect when you approach these dramas. I wonder why it was not successful when aired on television, but I read that the schedule was changed a lot.
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