After the launch of its Peruvian productions ‘El dia de mi suerte’ and ‘Un dia eres joven’, part of the plan to produce series in several Latin American countries announced last year, Movistar showed some advances of Ruido Capital, its first series produced in Colombia, soon to be released, in two videos with the first images.
The series is a comedy focused on teen years, music and friendship, set in Bogota during the 1990s. Simon Cuervo and Valentina Leon, main characters of the series,walk along adolescence through music. In the advances, Simon, 13, a high school student in a rigid male religious school, and Valentina, 14, a young music lover, who finds herself different from the rest, are shown. Through music, both will join in Ruido Capital.
Ruido Capital will be a six 30-minute episodes series and will be exclusively available on Movistar Play and Movistar Series, in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Uruguay. The plot was created by Mauricio Leiva-Cock, co-founder of the Colombian Fidelio Films production company. The series was directed by filmmakers Ana Katz (Argentina) and Pablo Stoll (Uruguay), and it was written by Leiva-Cock with David Figueroa, Natalia Santa and Enrique Lozano.