3 March 2018 | gastongabrielalvarez
A fresh and hilarious Argentine sitcom with good performances
The plot is simple: Spanish swindler (Toledo) is sent to lead a dysfunctional neighborhood therapy session. This chanta become therapist must deal with the assistants, finding more problems than solutions for those people where one is more crazy than the other. Paranoias, narcissism, charlatanism, delusions of grandeur, everything is exposed to the force of laughter.
After having seen the first season of this series I have concluded that the show is really fun. The succession of gags accomplishes something very complicated these days: make people laugh. We are full of comedies that are not funny and luckily the premiere of Psiconautas in TBS is not the case. Disguised as a comedy of manners, it honors the screen on which it is broadcast, presenting a cynical and acid look towards the worst of ourselves. The new miniseries "manages to mock and exploit several stereotypes of therapy using a humor close to the grotesque." The characters are very well achieved and developed, highlighting also the performances of the cast, a cast with a lot of chemistry and reperto of great actors. highlights the performances of Martin Piroyansky as Axel, Guillermo Toledo as Roberto, Julieta Zylberberg as Jéssica and Verónica Llinás as Emilce.