The story begins in 1995 as Santiago Díaz Herrera is hurt while fencing with his best friend Marco Lombardo. Marco wants to bring Santiago back to Buenos Aires but his father, Alberto, ...
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"Caiga Quien Caiga" is a weekly news round-up that takes a humorous and ironic approach to reporting current affairs, show business, and sports. A program that laughs at reality, and takes ... See full summary »
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In a poor neighborhood in Buenos Aires a man known as "Gitano" helps the people of the neighborhood negotiating with the corrupt politicians. Meanwhile the crime and the marginality increase in the neighborhood.
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In 1806, in the mist of the British invasion of Buenos Aires, football is introduced. A merchant of the time sees in this sport a unique business opportunity and in the process awakens a passion so great that it can replace the war.
The story begins in 1995 as Santiago Díaz Herrera is hurt while fencing with his best friend Marco Lombardo. Marco wants to bring Santiago back to Buenos Aires but his father, Alberto, commands him to leave Santiago in a Moroccan jail, and Santiago is declared dead. Eleven years pass, and in 2006 Santiago returns to Buenos Aires seeking revenge on the Lombardos for their crimes to himself, his father and other people who have stood in their way over the decades.Written by
Another example of the typical "wanna-be-interesting-but-still-crap" soap opera, and a good example of how low TV can go, considering this was supposed to be one of 2006's best TV series. A sad piece of crap, like most telefe programmes. There's nothing that can be saved here: Echarri will never learn how to act, the music and edition are horribly pretentious, special effects are terrible. Its success can only be explained by the lack of better programmes on air TV, and gigantic promotion campaigns. Absolutely mainstream commercial product, poorly disguised as "avantgarde production", "revolutionary", "historic". Just crap. Luckily, no one will remember it in a few years, like most "revolutionary" products by our commercial TV.
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