Julia (Lisa Owen) is a 30-something college professor who longs for the passion and idealism she and her husband Moises (Jesus Ochoa) once had. But the only thing that he notices besides ... See full summary »
Jesus Ochoa, with great balance being serious as well as comedic, but not cartoonish. Lisa Owen and her quite evident breasts. Ximena Sariñana looks well as the "precocious" daughter.
The Bad Stuff:
Lisa Owen acting like a silly cartoon, not like a college professor. Lorge Alberto Poza (Ricardo), trying hard to be "beefcake", while just being boring, bland and dull. The too-sudden conversion of Ochoa's character.
Entertaining time filler, that tries (hard) to be like a cross between a mexican and a foreign comedy.