Luciana, a poor, young woman working as a maid in the venerable Velarde home, falls in love with young seminary student Juan de la Cruz, the Velarde's son. The night before Juan is to ... See full summary »
Depressed housewife learns her husband was killed in a car accident the day previously, awakens the next morning to find him alive and well at home, and then awakens the next day after to a world in which he is still dead.
Lalo Padilla is a magazine editor and a womanizer who doesn't know what love means, he always underestimate women until his last girlfriend casted a spell on the night of an eclipse that changed his life forever. Lalo wakes up in the body of a beautiful woman not knowing what to do, how it happened or how to reverse it! However until he figures all this out he has to deal with the situation - all with the help of his best friend Grace he manages to convince every one that he is Lola Padilla cousin of Lalo Padilla, she experiences the true love for the first time and the full effects of being a woman and in particular how women are treated by men. Written by
"Lalola" adds a great alternative for the Argentinian audience, who've needed something fresh for a long time: fiction mixed with comedy, drama, romance and a great performance of well chosen actors. Carla Peterson as Lola (with the mind of "Lalo") is the soul of the show, she reflects in a amazing way the strives of the modern woman from the perspective of a man, such as sexual harassment, discrimination, female beauty cares and even the "monthly visits" with all its hormonal consequences. The show's romantic aspect finds its center in the amazing chemistry between Lola and co-worker Facundo (Luciano Castro), the most attractive spot of a slowly revolving plot with interesting scripts that hooks the viewer with each episode. A truly worthy choice every night of the week.
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