Tierra de Lobos is a western set in 19th century Spain. Translated as Land of Wolves, it's actually named after Anotonio Lobo, the wealthy landowner who controls and owns most of the land. ...
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A feel-good, compelling Spanish story of a fashion house in Madrid in the late 50's, which is scene to money, fashion, drama, entanglements, love, jealousies, plots, counter-plots involving its owners, customers and residential employees.
Miguel Ángel Silvestre,
Tierra de Lobos is a western set in 19th century Spain. Translated as Land of Wolves, it's actually named after Anotonio Lobo, the wealthy landowner who controls and owns most of the land. His whole world turns upside down when two outlaws, Cesar and Roman Bravo, decide to return to their childhood home, located on his property. And the conflict intensifies between them when Cesar and Almudena, the eldest of Lobo's four beautiful daughters, end up falling in love.Written by
While Tierra de Lobos has its flaws, and plenty of them, the series is so insanely addictive! I stayed up way past my bedtime too many nights because I had to watch just one more episode.
The central conflict is the outlaw Bravo brothers vs. the very wealthy Antonio Lobo. Fleeing from a bank robbery gone bad in Portugal, Cesar & Roman Bravo settle down in the house left to them by their father. It turns out that the Bravo house & land are the only property that Antonio Lobo does not own in their small town. To complicate matters, the father Fernando Bravo & Antonio Lobo used to be very close friends, and they apparently share a mysterious secret. If all that weren't enough, Cesar & Almudena Lobo, Antonio's oldest of four daughters, fall in love.
As I said, the series has flaws aplenty: the bad guys are often cartoonishly bad, a lot of the crises result from characters doing something so stupid you just have to groan, and too many developing storylines take twists that make little sense. But I forgave the Tierra de Lobos for all of it because I got so crazy hooked into the show. If you're looking for a guilty pleasure to binge-watch, I highly recommend it.
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