(ANSA) – ROME, APRIL 21 – The most “transgressive” and unforgettable holiday of life is not only that of maturity.
Mara Maionchi, Sandra Milo and Orietta Berti teach us this, leaving for a never-before-done road trip: “Quelle brave donne”, arriving on Sky Uno and streaming on NOW from Thursday 19 May.
The first postcards with illustrations from this memorable adventure – the promo and pictures – just spread, are irresistible images, already destined to become cult. “Those good girls,” Sky Original production made by Blue Yazmine brainchild of Mara Maionchi, take you around Spain these three absolute protagonists of the Italian show, involving them in some amazing activities and other everyday ones in experiences for them out the ordinary, traditional local events. All this will allow the three “good girls” to learn about customs, cultures and places far away from them but especially to enjoy a holiday that is truly memorable: eat paella and tapas and walk in the most famous streets of Madrid living them day and “by night” , try the more traditional clothing of Spanish culture, discover secret local customs, up to rock out even in a rock concert. Mara, Sandra and Orietta, authentic beloved legends in Italian showbiz, will live an adventure made of taste for discovery and desire for fun, but also of sincere friendship and mutual esteem. On board a very special van driven by their driver handyman, “Those good girls” – brought together under one roof for an incredible journey far and wide in Iberia, between the habits and traditions but not only – will tell us as the desire to have fun and make new experiences have not really aged, and how three characters with the amazing careers are once again able to reinvent itself, always meeting the public’s affection. (HANDLE).
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