Morangos com Açúcar (2003–2012)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Music


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This soap opera follows the daily routine of a group of portuguese teenagers and their problems


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6 June 2010 | anakinxiii
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| Terrible, terrible attempt...
There is little talent nowadays on the Portuguese TV industry, I believe, and this show is another proof of it, from the news shows that last 2 hours to soap operas and soap operas in a row to this kind of teenager soap operas you can't really watch public television in Portugal and hope to not drop some IQ points in the process. Once now and then there are some movies and documentaries and that's about it as far as quality goes around here. This show in an attempt to imitate Brazilian teen soap operas that were popular a little before the show started, the acting is terrible, the plot is terrible, or random, it would be watchable if the actors, conscious of how bad the show is, turned it a little more satiric and fun, but alas, no - they genuinely try to make it as terrible as it is. I watched the first season, sporadically, it was launched on Summer vacation and by that time I was stuck with nothing to do but read and watch TV, needless to say I finished some giant books before being forced to poison myself with those strawberries. After I don't know how many seasons it hasn't changed much, they try to approach a new general topic such as abortion or homosexuality or racism now and then but overall the show puts up a very poor attempt. I do believe there is some talent in this industry, it's not employed by SIC or TVI though, that's for sure

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Genres

Comedy | Drama | Music | Romance

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Release Date:

30 August 2003

Language

English, Portuguese


Country of Origin

Portugal

Filming Locations

Cascais, Lisbon, Portugal

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