Land of characters
“ Being normal is boring, we are weird, but only a little,” said Veronica, a saint who knows what she’s talking about. This statement, which might seem strange in another province, in Santa Fe, is a compliment. Unlike other sides, the santafecino does not want to be “normal”, rather want to be weird, but eye: “a funny weird ”. Maybe that’s why they say we’re a little characters.
Tristan Garcia Bouza, a Porteño, thought that if I had to define the Santafecinos I knew, he would say that “they are people in general extravagant, funny, exalted and shouting, but yes, they are all very good friends, almost with a mafia friendship.” There are many characters from the Santafecino world who stood out in the universe of television, theatre and other artisticdisciplines. The list is eternal, but just to name a few I could say they are Mirtha Legrand, Dady Brieva, Roberto Fontanarrosa, Fito Páez, Soledad Pastorutti, Alberto Olmedo, Juan Carlos Baglietto, etc.
In Santa Fe one might find the most delusional characters of a good fiction.
The film The Illustrious Citizen, which depicts all the characters of the village, perhaps too stereotyped, but nothing far from reality or, at least, from the Santafecina reality.
Because, after all, Santa Fe is a province of film.
Periodista, escritor y emprendedor. Nació en la ciudad de Rosario, provincia de Santa Fe.
Es Licenciado en Ciencias de la Comunicación, con posgrado en Periodismo y Gestión de Medios Digitales por la Universidad Austral.
Publicó sus trabajos en diarios como La Nación, Clarín, entre otros medios del país.
Es autor de numerosas novelas, entre ellas se destaca “Los Halcones de la República”, publicada en noviembre de 2017 y comercializada a nivel nacional.
Actualmente dirige su agencia de contenidos llamada PAC, especializada en contenidos para medios y comunicación institucional.
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