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Peru Lalola?
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This is a Peruvian remake of the Argentinean series Lalola for Frecuencia Latina. Lola is played by Gianella Neyra. It started January 20 2011.
From: guest (TheSaint) , 146 months, post #1
Peruvian actress Gianella Neyra is shooting the pilot for a Lalola telenovela for next year.

From: guest (Tamerlaine) , 146 months, post #2
I just posted a cheer for the possibility of a Mexican Lalola a few days ago, and now we have a chance to get a Peruvian one, too. Too good to be true. I only hope the show is funny and sexy, like the best ones were, and, alas, LOLA of Chile wasn't. The Peruvians must have seen the Argentinian LLL in syndication. Instead of getting sated, tho, it seems to have made them want one of their own. Great news, Saint.

From: guest (Robbie) , 146 months, post #3
I agree Tamerlaine that this is good news. I do disagree that Lola Chile was not funny or sexy. I thought it was a different take on the plot, the body swap issue was front and center the ENTIRE series, and although Blanca Lewin was forced to dress more conservative than other Lolas, she is a very beautiful woman. It may just have to do with what type of TG/Bodyswap plots people like. I think it would be interesting to swap for the experience, but wouldn't want to stay that way. I would fight like Lola Chile to get back if I could, so maybe that's why I prefer that series theme. Others may like the other version of LaLola better for the opposite reasons. I hope the Peru version is more like Chile's, or else we will probably have the exact same series, just with different actors, that we had in Spain, Argentina, Grrece, Turkey etc. where the episodes were produced exactly the same.

From: guest , 146 months, post #4
Why was Blanca Lewin forced to dressed in dress pants a lot in the Chile Lola? I never understood that. Why would it have been so bad if she had been in skirts and dresses more often in the show? I liked it that that Lola fought the change and wanted to become male but it sucked that she wasn't allowed to be sexy in her female body. I think a weakness of the Lalola series is that they are very predictable.

From: guest (Robbie) , 146 months, post #5
Guest, apparently the Catholic church has a say in what is broadcast on Canal 13, which broadcasted Lola. They agreed to air the "controversial" subject matter, but kept Blanca Lewin covered up for most of the show. There were a few episodes where she was able to show off her looks, and a few where she was in dresses and those are my favorites. I agree with you on LaLola, everyone is excited over a new series which will probably be nearly identical episode to episode as several other countries which I think is unfortunate. Maybe Peruvians are as innovative as Chileans and will put a new twist on the theme? Let's hope!

From: guest , 146 months, post #6
I don't see how a woman wearing a dress or skirt is controversial. It's weird but maybe a cultural difference. I thought it was funny when the Chile Lola wore dresses and skirts because he hated wearing them and felt like a piece of meat.

From: guest , 146 months, post #7
There was a behind the scenes video on youtube last night but I've tried searching for it and haven't found it again. Going on previous Lalolas and what I saw in the video, it looked like they were shooting the episode where Lola tries to stop the magazine from printing the magazine that has her on the cover. I'm guessing this Lalola will follow the script. I bet he stays in the woman's body.

From: guest (rush) , 146 months, post #8
If you have a user name you should check your video viewing history on youtube. Should be there.

From: guest , 145 months, post #9
I really hope this isn't predictable like the other ones.

From: guest (Guest2) , 145 months, post #10
It's a remake. By very definition it is predictable. That's like going into a McDonalds in another country and hoping that the food doesn't taste the same. Sure, they might put mayonnaise on the burger but it's the same damn ingredients.

From: guest (Robbie) , 145 months, post #11
I think predictable is the body swap-everything else is up to the producers, writers, etc. Obviously, the show is new to Peru and not to those of us who have been following the show online in its various incarnations and are wishing something different.

From: Tuggy24g , 145 months, post #12
Does anyone know when the show is suppose to start if it does at all???

From: guest (Zevev) , 145 months, post #13
Guest, post #9, I agree wtih Robbie and Guest 2. I have never encountered a Lalola version in a language I understand, so I'm still not jaded on the established storyline. .

In all fairness, if a production company promises to do "Lalola" they shouldn't do something entirely different, because that would be untruth in promotion. Lalola is a particular story, as is Monte Cristo and Treasure Island. For a Spanish audience (that already has had 3 shows) it might make sense to play with some plot elements (a different sort of job for Lola, a group of supporting characters that don't closely parallel the original's). But the basic theme of Lalola is what makes LLL popular. It's not just a generic tg shows; I personally have seen many tg shows (particularlly Japanese) so boring and pointless I'm glad when they are over.

But Lalola is not boring or pointless. The winning core plot of Lalola is that a very masculine man, without wanting to, learns intimately how a woman lives while he himself experiences a woman's inner life and emotions. She finds that this new life has interests and pleasures of its own and, in her own circumstances, it makes for a better life than the one she has known, and so, ultimately, she prefers to keep this new life. We have every reason to think it might be a happy life for her, because she is accepting life's problems and challenges with a good attitude. "Ele E Ela" did not do the core plot, did something not as good, and so it lasted only 28 shows instead of 148, as in Argentian. (Currently the Russian "Margosha" has had 217 shows and I don't think it is over yet).

From: guest (Guest2) , 145 months, post #14
Well said, Zevev.

From: guest (Karis) , 145 months, post #15
A lot of people seem to like the Chilean LOLA. But where have people seen it? All the fans can't be from Chile. I've gotten into Lalola fandom rather late and I can't find much of anything on the net. There's just a couple episodes at YouTube, and some clips. Is there any place to sample more of this series? Or has it been entirely shut down, like Lola of Greece seems to have only dead links left. The Greek broadcaster, Ant1 has its own site with all the shows to stream, but they reject attempts to join (or even to write to them) from outside Europe. Isn't that a brilliant way to make themselves rich and do something for the sinking Greek economy? Oh, and just to keep this on theme, I'm excitedly waiting for the arrival of the Peruvian Lalola. Is it going to be called "Lalola"?

From: guest , 145 months, post #16
Some people like the Chile Lola because he fights the transformation and never falls in love with a man. He wants his penis back.

From: guest (Robbie) , 145 months, post #17
Canal 13, the network that broadcasted Lola in Chile, has a website where you can view 5 minute clips of every episode.

From: guest (Karis) , 145 months, post #18
Thanks, Robbie. I just visited it. No translation is possible. Is it a membership site that lets one join and see complete shows? (I know that Memocast is a member site handling MARGOSHA. It lets you see 5 minutes free and whole shows if you join. Alas, I haven't joined because they don't seem to offer English subs and one can't get much out of a foreign language show.)

From: guest (Guest2) , 145 months, post #19
Gianella Neyra confirmed that Lalola be released on January 20

From: guest (Guest2) , 145 months, post #20
A familiar poster with a much shorter skirt.

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