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Following the spirit of United States' "Friends", "Mad About You" and even "Keen Eddie", Argentinian producer Cris Morena and his daughter Romina Yan produce the best show in Argentina's TV in 2005. Morena is the producer also of the worst shows in the media like "Chiquititas", "Verano del 98", "Rebelde Way", among others. These shows were very successful but their content was quite awful.
This is a turn of the tide, because this show is very funny, has a great cast and an amazing script. The story is about Abril (Romina Yan) and Marcos (Damian Desanto), stepbrothers that seem to be in love sometimes and sometimes hate each other. Abril's mother (Maria Valenzuela) is in love with The Colonel (Arturo Bonin) Marcos' father who is married to another woman. Each episode is about Abril and Marcos' relationship but the events around them is what makes this program tick. From Aliens visiting Earth, to Marcos' burning everything around him while he tries to give up cigarettes. From an evil plant that makes everybody around act weird to Abril's adventures trying to win a cooking contest. Everything is possible in "Amor Mio". Romina Yan is not only beautiful but a great actress. She is probably at her best in this show and she seems to be enjoying herself doing it. Damian Desanto is perfect for playing Yan's antagonist/lover in one of his most funny performances to date. Jorgelina Aruzzi, Pasta Dioguardi, Ernesto Claudio, Chela Cardala y Gastón Ricaud complete the cast (Aruzzi and Ricaud are the funniest) of this sitcom made in Argentina. Very recommended!!!
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