Teach Me How To Live
Long Format (2009 - 2009)
Twenty years ago, the Fernandez Salguero family ―a multimillionaire couple and their little daughter, Clodine― went on holidays together. But, on their way back, tragedy struck them: their jet broke down and crashed in the middle of the forest. The o...
Twenty years ago, the Fernandez Salguero family ―a multimillionaire couple and their little daughter, Clodine― went on holidays together. But, on their way back, tragedy struck them: their jet broke down and crashed in the middle of the forest. The only people who survived the accident were the Benítez ―the family’s servants―, their little daughter and Clodine. They decided to abandon Clodine, now orphaned, in the forest, return to the city and make everyone believe that their own daughter was Clodine. Twenty years later, the false Clodine has grown into a very superficial and arrogant little woman, surrounded by fortune and luxury. However, her life will change completely when the most unexpected news breaks through: a young woman, named Asaí, has managed to survive in the forest for twenty years, raised by a group of monkeys. When she hears the news, Amanda, her grandmother, decides to meet this girl and sends for her. From that moment on, the Benítez will do their best to prevent their big secret from being unveiled. Not only will Asaí and Clodine share their past, but they will also fight for the love of Lucas Linares, a young and very handsome teacher. It will take no time for Clodine to fall in love with Lucas and she will try hard to win his heart. However, he will prove to be interested in Asaí and he will be determined to teach her how to behave like a lady. The connection between them will become stronger and Clodine will try to set them apart by all means.
Edition & Musicalization
Pablo Mazzolo / Santiago Gonzalez
Aníbal Girbal / Adrián Demichele
Alejo de Falco / Pablo Storino
Alicia Flores / Estela Flores
Sabrina Kirzner / Natalia Monteferrario
Mauro Santiago / Ariel Ferrero
Lucas Gil / Jorge Bechara
Rodolfo Antunez / Jorge Nisco