Parents' Guide to

Eva Lasting

By Joly Herman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Sex, beer, smoking common in catchy show from Colombia.

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Eva Lasting TV poster image: Half a dozen young people from Colombia are shown

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Plucky and sometimes rewarding, this retro-styled show requires that viewers wade through the smarmy machismo standards of 1970s Colombia. Or is the era an excuse to hark back to bygone eras of unapologetic peeks down a teacher's blouse? In Eva Lasting, though the heroine often gets the last laugh, it's worth asking if the end justifies the means.

Definitely not for younger teens or sensitive viewers, this show can be entertaining for mature audiences. The bright-colored clothes and sensitive eyes of the teenage hero who pines for the new girl harkens back to teen movies of the 1970s, but the penchant for porn and sex work can feel like an overstatement for the modern viewer.

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