'So Much Love to Give' aka 'Corazón loco': Meet Soledad Villamil, Adrián Suar and rest of the cast of Netflix's Spanish comedy

Fernando is a family man — equally committed to each of his two families. But one wrong turn brings them crashing together


                            'So Much Love to Give' aka 'Corazón loco': Meet Soledad Villamil, Adrián Suar and rest of the cast of Netflix's Spanish comedy
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'So Much Love to Give' aka 'Corazón loco' follows the life of a man living a double life with two families that don't know about each other. When the two women he was lying to end up finding out about each other, they join forces leaving their lover wondering how he's going to get out of this situation. The Netflix Spanish comedy has a hilarious trailer that has expected punchlines from the main character and while productions with this storyline have been made before, this seems like one that can be added to the 'good' bunch. Here is all you need to know about the artists bringing this comedy to your screens this month.

Soledad Villamil as Vera

Actress Soledad Villamil attends "Todos Tenemos Un Plan" photocall at Casa de America on September 5, 2012 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images)

While the cast members won't be familiar to audiences that don't watch Spanish productions, Villamil has been a part of quite a few productions. Many may know her from her role as Irene Menéndez Hastings from 'The Secret in Their Eyes' (2009), Maria from 'It's Not You, It's Me', and Cecilia Fusiak from the TV series 'Vulnerables' (1999-2000). Her recent roles include 'Teu Mundo Não Cabe Nos Meus Olhos' (2018), 'A Twelve-Year Night', and 'El Host' (2019). In 2009, Villamil won an Award of the Argentinean Academy for Best Actress for 'El Secreto de sus ojos' aka 'The Secret in Their Eyes' (2009), and in 2010 she won a Silver Condor at the Argentinean Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actress (Mejor Actriz Protagonica) for the same production. 

Adrián Suar as Fernando Ferro

Suar was the producer for 'Vulnerables' (1999-2000), 'Sin Codigo' (2004-2005), 'Verdad consecuencia' (1996-1998) and 'Guapas' (2014-2015). Suar was the producer for 'Vulnerables' (1999-2000), 'Sin Codigo' (2004-2005), 'Verdad consecuencia' (1996-1998) and 'Guapas' (2014-2015). His acting roles on the other hand, most recently include 'Bailando por un sueño' (2017), 'Libro de la Memoria: Homenaje a las víctimas del atentado' (2017), 'My Love or My Passion' (2017), 'El Host' (2018-2019) and 'Almost Happy (2020). In 2015 the producer had won a Premio Martín Fierro de Oro for Martín Fierro de Oro for 'Guapas' and in 2011 he had won the same award for Best Miniserie (Mejor Miniserie) for 'El puntero.' He shared both these awards with his team.

Gabriela Toscano as Paula

Toscano is known for her roles as Susana Martini form 'Amas de casa desesperadas' (2006), Mavy from 'Las viudas de los jueves' (2009), Susi from 'Para vestir santos' (2010) and Clarita from 'El puntero' (2011). Her recent roles include 'My Lovely Hope' (2015-2016) and 'Quiero vivir a tu lado' (2017). In 2010, Toscano won a Silver Condor at the Argentinean Film Critics Association Awards for Best Supporting Actress for 'Las viudas de los jueves' (2009), and a Premio Martín Fierro for Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Telefeature for 'Para vestir santos' (2010).

The rest of the cast includes Darío Barassi, Betiana Blum, Alan Sabbagh and Magela Zanotta.

The official synopsis reads, "Fernando Ferro (Adrián Suar) is a prestigious traumatologist who can be considered a happy guy: Every day when he gets up he is embraced by a woman who loves him, shares breakfast with the family, and leaves for a respectable job where he has friends who love him and colleagues who respect him. He has, in short, a perfect life. Well, almost perfect. Because he doesn't actually have one life, but two. From Monday to Thursday, his wife is Paula (Gabriela Toscano). And from Friday to Sunday, it's Vera (Soledad Villamil). He lives in Mar del Plata but also in Buenos Aires. He has two cars, two jobs, two houses, children, and dogs. But love is stronger and he loves both of them madly. If you have to travel, you travel, and if you have to lie, lie. Whatever it takes to share life with his women, he does. They don't know it, but one day they find out."

Catch 'So Much Love to Give' aka 'Corazón loco' on September 9, 2020, on Netflix. Watch the trailer below. 



 

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