Cuenta la historia de Jorge Pellegrini y Laura Ramallo a lo largo de casi dos décadas. Comienza en 1980 y termina en nuestros días. Cuenta le romance inicial, los posteriores desencuentros,... See full summary »
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A young working-class man comes fron Misiones (an Argentinian province) to Buenos Aires, with a fighting rooster, looking for his brother, and gets involved with low life characters, who introduce him to a world of crime.
Vientos de Agua talks about emigration, a frequently history on our diary life. Who is not happy to told, but is necessary. It represents the past, present and future of the people.
Emigration is the idea over the history, who talk about relationships (of love, father-son, between different cultures...) about politic (anarchism, totalitarism...), the change of the way of live... Vientos de Agua spokes about life, in all of it sense.
All the actors rise an excellent level, one to one, no exceptions... Well, unless Hector Alterio; he rises more than perfect, his expresions, the look, the movement, he have the humanity in his soul.
Concluding, for me, is the best series i have never seen in my life; because when a history need to be told... it is shown with all the feeling.
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