Paquita Salas (2016– )
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El último torrezno de Tarazona 

It's the Tarazona Film Festival and Paquita impatiently awaits news about the role of Lidia in 'El secreto de Puente Viejo'. The representative's favorite weekend does not turn out as she expected.

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Javier Ambrossi (created by), Javier Ambrossi | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Brays Efe ... Paquita Salas
Belén Cuesta ... Magüi Moreno
Lidia San José Lidia San José ... Lidia San José
Yolanda Ramos ... Noemí Argüelles
Anna Castillo ... Belén de Lucas
Mariona Terés Mariona Terés ... Mariona Terés
Álex de Lucas Álex de Lucas ... Álex de Lucas
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Noemí Arribas Noemí Arribas ... Azafata
Mario Bosch Mario Bosch ... Camarero
Alicia Calderón Alicia Calderón ... Azafata
Itziar Castro ... Regidora
Pepa Charro ... Recepcionista
Secun de la Rosa Secun de la Rosa ... Fernando Canelón
Ignatius Farray Ignatius Farray ... Vicente
Javier García de la Camacha Javier García de la Camacha ... Camarero
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It's the Tarazona Film Festival and Paquita impatiently awaits news about the role of Lidia in 'El secreto de Puente Viejo'. The representative's favorite weekend does not turn out as she expected.

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29 June 2018 (Spain) See more »

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¡Ay, Paquita!
Written by Alberto Jiménez
Performed by Rosalía
(2018)
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A massive win!
13 July 2019 | by agentmarSee all my reviews

I am a huge fan of shows like The Office, Parks and Rec, and Veep, and they do a fantastic job of making us laugh with hilarious nods to current events, but what they lack is heart and real, genuine relatability. While Paquita Salas is a Spanish series with many jokes poking fun at Spanish pop culture, it's easy to watch for us English folk as well. At first as I started the show, the fact that the main character Paquita was being played by a male was forgotten almost instantly, and as the show progressed, I found myself forgetting she was being played by a male at all. That's how good the acting is! Above all, they make you laugh, historically for most of the series, but there are also so many scenes where things get real. There are scenes that making you think about your own life and how to be a better person. I found myself feeling for this amazing and beautiful woman who has a tough exterior but would do anything to help you out if you needed it, even if you stabbed her in the back countless times. I also really appreciate that they hired several trans actors, and had trans, gay, lesbian and ambiguous characters without any sort of agenda. The show is about real people who have a common bond, that love each other, being hilarious, but also being real, and it's a perfect, spectacular balance. I laughed, I cried, and I felt. Thank you to the writers, incredible actors, and producers for putting together this masterpiece for everyone to enjoy. I needed this!


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