After performing for them with her band, a young, humble girl accidentally gets inside the life of a rich family of six siblings, and is welcomed by them, as she falls for their elder, authoritarian brother.
Florencia Fazzarino is a poor girl but with a personality that's worth millions. She is funny, energetic and supersticious. In her early twenties she finds herself the new nanny of the fritzenwalden family, a german family of 5 orphan children. She is quickly accepted and loved by the whole family, as she brings happiness to them. The oldest one of the children, Federico, is in charge and his strict education and behavior soon crashes with flor's style, making her to call him 'Freezer'. He is also boyfriend of Delfina, who everyone calls the witch because of the mean things she does to everyone along side her mother Malala. Even though he is with Delfina, somehow Florencia's behavior and energy will make him 'melt down' over time making both of them (Flor and Fede) fall madly in love with each other. Malala and Delfina have an economic interest in Federico because when Delfina's father died, he left them with no chance of claiming the inheritance money, unless they find his misterious...Written by
This almost-psychedelic mix-version of Cinderella and The Sound of Music are funny and with a lot of references at the actual situation of life in Argentina (ALL the people, including The Rich and The Poor, Bads and Good Guys, are capable of any thing for a couple of Euros, including sleep on the floor and shine shoes). The music is surprising good, the actors are VERY good (Macedo is superb, the best, Stefani is THE WITCH, the boys they make its work rather well, the role of Agustín Sierra, Martín, is very funny, with his constant psychological auto-diagnoses, the psychiatrist is terrific, Lorenzo (Esteban Prol) is really good... and ... and Florencia Bertotti is an angel living in the Earth. I'm not indeed an adolescent, but definitively I have fall in love with this girl. The success of the two-year serial it has taken to continue history, in musical version, in the theaters until today.
And if you like this, be patient, they are only almost 500 chapters.
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