Tiempos compulsivos

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Tiempos compulsivos
Genre Drama
Created by Adrián Suar
Written byJavier Daulte
Bruno Luciani
Directed by Daniel Barone
Starring Rodrigo de la Serna
Paola Krum
Fernán Mirás
Gloria Carrá
Juan Minujín
Marilú Marini
Carla Peterson
Marcelo D'Andrea
Maruja Bustamante
Pilar Gamboa
Guillermo Arengo
Julieta Vallina
Theme music composer Fito Páez
Opening themeEn esta ciudad
Country of originArgentina
Original languageSpanish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes27
Production
Executive producerDiego Andrasnik
Producer Pol-ka
Running time60 minutes
Release
Original network Canal 13
Picture format 1080p (HDTV)
576i (SDTV)
Original releaseAugust 29, 2012 (2012-08-29) 
March 7, 2013 (2013-03-07)
Chronology
Preceded byCondicionados
Followed bySignos

Tiempos compulsivos is an Argentine miniseries. Created by Adrián Suar, written by Javier Daulte, produced by Pol-ka and it was issued by Canal 13 from August 29, 2012 until March 7, 2013. It stars Rodrigo de la Serna, Paola Krum, Fernán Mirás, Gloria Carrá, Juan Minujín, Marilú Marini, Carla Peterson, Marcelo D'Andrea, Maruja Bustamante, Pilar Gamboa, Guillermo Arengo and Julieta Vallina.

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Plot

Tiempos compulsivos happens in a therapeutic space that houses outpatients with severe compulsions, some associated with pathologies in the psychiatric environment. The experienced Dr. Ricardo Buso (Fernán Mirás) will be in charge of a group of people with ailments of various kinds, Inés Alonso (Carla Peterson) compulsive to accumulation, obsessive of order and with eating disorders, Teresa Guglietti (Gloria Carrá) she has multiple personalities, always bidding to prevail over one another, Esteban Soldeyra (Rodrigo de la Serna) a mythomaniac psychopath but with an overwhelming lucidity, Gerardo Romero (Guillermo Arengo) workaholic and constant connectivity and Sofía Muntabski (Pilar Gamboa) she has her body plagued with wounds and scars that she inflicts herself to dull deeper pains. In daily group meetings, Ricardo will try to alleviate the discomfort that afflicts his patients, along with his faithful colleague and friend, Ezequiel Lambert (Juan Minujín) and a new doctor who joins this multidisciplinary work the psychologist Julieta Despeyroux (Paola Krum) This team of professionals will make them face their fears, their anguishes and desires, being the axis of their own dramas and, sometimes, the reflection or multiplication of the trauma of the other. In some moments, the therapists will observe them through the mirrored glass of the Chamber of Gesell, without this meaning that on one side there are the healthy and on the other the sick, doctors also suffer and will have to fight against their "own ghosts” similar to those that alter the well-being of their patients.

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