After performing for them with her band, a young, humble girl accidentally gets inside the life of a rich family of six siblings, and is welcomed by them, as she falls for their elder, authoritarian brother.
Fabio Di Tomaso,
I am watching it again after almost 15 years since I first saw it, and I can't help but love it. Like every other great movie, watching it for the second time only makes you see some things you didn't pay attention to in the first run. I mean, I'm almost 30, but the feeling is the same. This is much more than a soap-opera, it's a depiction of the life as a teenager...but not only. Yes, it's exaggerated, but that's the beauty of it. When Mia is wondering why Joaquin doesn't notice her, even though "mi pelo es re lindo", or I hear Sonia screaming after her precious "Marizza, mi ciela", I can't help but clap, it's that good. I mean, the boobs may be fake, but by god those tears are real! :))
Don't even think about comparing this with the crap shows that copied it (Rebelde and what not). The devil is in the details. And this, dear teenagers of any age, is a masterpiece
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