Radio Mitre’s film columnist, Santiago Garcia, He launched:
the chimentero Angel of Brito He opined in that post: “That they don’t see ‘There is no one living here’”.
and the plastic artist Sarah Stewart Brown replied:
If so, it is unusual because, according to Clarín, the Buenos Aires managers took some attitudes with laughter and even understood that it is a series that tries to exaggerate the characters.
“I have keys to some apartments but it never occurs to me to enter without permission. Fiction exaggerates a bit, of course”said Ángel Barboza, from the Congreso neighborhood.
In the same neighborhood, your neighbor on the block, Rodrigo Cardozo who is 30 years old and has been working since he was 19 as a managermatch. “You don’t like everyone and with whom you don’t get along, you have to hide and caress her a little. I identified a lot with that double face of the character”bill.
In another part of the city, Jorge Gutiérrez, who has been working in a building in Recoleta for 36 yearscould not see the series yet but is glad that an actor as popular as Francella plays a goalkeeper. “About time we showed up”says while a neighbor of the building, when she sees him posing for photos, assures: “Jorge is the best manager.”
Address of the Guillermo Francella building in El Encargado
Others, more detailed, directly resorted to social networks to find out which is the building in which Guillermo Francella works as manager.
Opinions go, opinions come, they managed to find it thanks to Google Maps: Arribeños 1630, between Virrey del Pino and José Hernández, in Belgrano.
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