Bluper the interesting change of ‘hit’ methodology in its second season

Bluper the interesting change of ‘hit’ methodology in its second season

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On October 21, the second season of Hit was walking, the Spanish television series that portrays the problems of youth from a very bitter prism.Daniel Grao returned to the skin of Hugo Ibarra Toledo to talk about how young people live their gender identity, political and religious radicalisms or sexual consent.

With three episodes already issued it is striking how the fiction created by Joaquín Oristrell has changed a very important part of his narrative.The first batch of episodes taught us how pedagogo nickname.

Hugo had a very particular methodology.He identified problematic young people as patients, and tried to convince parents that their children needed all kinds of help.In fact, episodes titles were related to this, with diseases.Infection, consultation, diagnosis, relapse, intensive care.Even the last chapter referred to the medical discharge.

In order not to repeat the scheme of the episodes of the first season, now the scriptwriters have had to change the form of work of the protagonist.Certainly it would have been disappointing to see how it talks about diseases, extreme and priest labor theories again.Where is your methodology, your particular pedagogical actions that so many blisters raised at the Anne Frank Institute?

Daniel Grao in 'Hit'

Bluper El interesante cambio de metodología de ‘HIT’ en su segunda temporada

They are the past, simply.Hugo Ibarra Toledo, or Hit, is an eminence within the Universe of Education, but writes his own rules, on the march, as suits him.Improvises them, in the best possible sense.In fact, the professional training students of IES León Felipe, in Puertollano, Ciudad Real, do not have the problems of violence in the Anne Frank classrooms.There are no attacked teachers, or burned cars, or anything like it.

Now Daniel Grao's character has to try to convince a group of schoolchildren that there is a future, no matter how gray the horizon looks.Virtually all boys believe they are committed to failure, as are their parents, that they look on the tightrope after closing the factory of which the majority of families in the town lived.Despite this they have to find reasons to fight, to study and go afloat.

Within that disappointment yes the boys turn to violence, but not at school.They exercise it in the streets, in the shopping centers, in the factory that has closed.It seems that only destroying furniture or businesses makes them feel alive.That is why Hit has put them to collapse an old playground that will be remodeled, so that they can channel their anger constructively.He is teaching you that we all have something that literally, peel it, but that we must live with it, enduring the chaparrón according to the norms of society.And that in the day to day we can go better if we learn to say yes, instead of carrying the no as a letter of presentation.

Transversal, as we said, Hit has treated new fronts that were not present as such in the first season.As Mat's religious fanaticism (Son Kahoury), the son of the bus driver Francis (Marta Larralde), which is combined with a terrifying addiction to new technologies and video games.

Especially interesting is Román's profile (Álvaro de Juana), a boy who was born in Russia, but was adopted by a Spanish family who runs a small pension in the town.Román has violent inclinations, and a love for Spain that aligns him with the extreme right.He is racist, has LGTBIFOBIA, and his companions rebuke him by how he has been able to identify both values of that style when his biological roots do not even have in Spain.

And without forgetting Lucía (Claudia Licari), the single mother of a baby named Aitana, as her favorite singer.The episode issued last Thursday should be put in all institutes to invite young people to reflect on sexual consent and keep sex with someone in drunk.

This week, Hit will enter the profile of Chelo (Alba del Angel), obey with fame.A girl who is convinced that her father is singer David Bustamante, and will sneak into a Cantabrian concert to show her how she met her mother more than fifteen years ago.In the episode, Bustamante will interpret himself, thus achieving a double in the Prime Time of Spanish Television, because every Monday we see (for the moment) cook in Masterchef Celebrity.

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