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Although it is impossible to be objective when talking about themselves, I think I am not racist. For me, and it is naive to think it's a language Official country. So: The Chinese in China, Japanese in Japan, German in Germany, the Indian, India, etc. And the U.S. would be "Usonian".
It seems the United States there has not even Official language. USA Official language(s) None at federal level
National language English (de facto))
This is really surprising and silly.
The first time I saw the series Más sabe el Diablo I thought it was a series from Spain. Or even Argentina or Brazil (even if the official language is Portuguese - we should say the "Brazilian").
But this series is made in the United States. I find it really absurd even if there are 30 million Spanish in the United States. It seems to me that in a country we must share basic things. And the language is one.
If everyone starts to speak his language, then we will find ourselves in a beautiful tower of Babel. Note that this may be what you want. For when we apply the principle "divide and rule" is what actually happens. If no one can understand this in a country because each speaks the language he wants, and there is no common language at all, then this country is no longer one.
Regarding criticism for Más sabe el diablo, well it is really a series insignificant. Like all series soaps.
The technique is good but the story and scenarios are more conventional. The only pleasure watching this series is to see the beautiful women "Angeline Moncayo" (Marina) and Gaby Espino (Manuela Davila).
I have nothing against the Spanish, but I find it completely stupid to do the series in Spanish or other languages in the United States. Everything should be "Usonian" (modified English where the origin of which is English of England).
My rating for Más sabe el diablo: 3 / 10 1 for technical, 1 for "Angeline Moncayo" (Marina) and, 1 for "Gaby Espino (Manuela Davila).
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