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and, like each sequel, source of controversial. because it propose new situations, new actors in old roles, hypothesis and solutions, cultural references and new level of story. but... . something missing. a form of innocence replaced by bizarre old babies. a cold atmosphere and the desire to demonstrate the rightness of new script than continue the original story. sure, it is nice and interesting. but it is Arabela for a new generation, using an old great success. and this is the key to see, out of prejudices, this new series.to old public , for ignore the profound differences, it could be a form of homage to the original series.
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