María is a fun-loving young dancer who longs for freedom in the early 70s, a time when Spain was marked by inflexibility and censorship, particularly on television. With her we will discover how even the most difficult dreams can come true, all told through the greatest hits of Raffaella Carrà.
Inés Suárez is a young and audacious girl from Extremadura who sets out for the New World to find her husband. In the Indies she will meet the great love of her life, the famous Spanish conquistador, Pedro de Valdivia. Together they will live an unforgettable romance as they set out on an adventure that will turn them into the leading players in the birth of a nation. The feats experienced alongside her beloved Pedro de Valdivia will take them to the far-off and unknown Chile. There they will confront the brave Mapuche Indians in unequal battles, but also the greed of the conquistadors and their insatiable thirst for gold and wealth. Their wanderings will take us back in time and space from the sober Plasencia of the 16th century to Pizarro’s colourful Viceroyalty of Peru, passing through Panama’s wild jungles and the heartrending beauty of Chile’s Atacama Desert on the way. Series of eight episodes adapting the novel of the same name by Isabel Allende.
Julio and Ana have been together for more than fifteen years. They have become a couple who no longer look at nor touch one another, and who have made daily fighting the essence of their relationship. This evening Ana has invited their upstairs neighbours to come round, Salva and Laura, a couple younger than them, pleasant and friendly, but whose noises are now an annoyance for Julio and Ana... or perhaps a stimulus? The upstairs neighbours will make them an unusual and surprising proposal which will turn the evening into an exaggerated and cathartic experience for all four.