SKAM ESPAÑA is a portrait of the generation of boys and girls born since the year 2000. Their doubts, their problems, their feelings, what they think, what they want and, above all, what ...
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SKAM ESPAÑA is a portrait of the generation of boys and girls born since the year 2000. Their doubts, their problems, their feelings, what they think, what they want and, above all, what they don't say and what they are ashamed of. The series accompanies a group of 16-year-olds on the journey of their life following their day to day in real time. Dependence on social media, how they face sex, love and ruptures, the search of their identity and the need to fit in. Since its premiere in 2015 in Norway, SKAM broke audience records, it was praised by critics and audiences, swept Norwegian television awards and has been sold to the US, (Skam Austin, broadcast on Facebook), in addition to France, Germany, or Italy, among other territories. The rights for Spain were acquired by Movistar +, which decided to trust Zeppelin (Endemol Shine Iberia) to develop SKAM ESPAÑA.
Skam España is not as good as original SKAM but still it was quite enjoyable.
The series covers important and current topics such as sexuality, friendship, mental illness, religion or psychological abuse.
I really like the Spanish version of Evak (Cris and Joana were so lovely together!) and Vilde - Celia Mondero as Viri was great. Sadly, I'm not a huge fan of Nora and Amira.
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