Miguel (Juan Minujin), a former Argentinian cop, is sent by a judge to get into a prison in order to find the kidnapper of his daughter as a result of a favor. Once in there, he changes his... See full summary »
It started with a lot of questions, and the questions still remain. El Elegido gives all we want: suspense, drama, and the obvious romance injection. With excellent dialogs, very well thought locations and realistic situations, follows the story of Andrés Bilbao, a lawyer who wants to be the associate in the Nevares Sosa firm, has an autistic daughter, Alma and an unstable wife, Verónica. Oscar Nevares Sosa is the evil face of the series. Then comes Mariana and changes it all. She is a open minded lawyer, always defending those whose voices are not being listened. She is a bit silly, but full of ideals. Now Andrés Bilbao is against the world around him. Thriller touches the script and makes you being on the edge of your seat. Murder, masonic societies and corruption. All combined with the marvelous acting of Leticia Brédice. The score is very important and It never fails. You will never get bored with El Elegido. All characters have something interesting to tell. John Grisham and Dan Brown in a black and white Buenos Aires. 10/10.
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