Tiempos mozos is a comedy web series that follows the experiences of Lucas and Socías, through an entertaining point of view that questions whether youth is indeed the best moment of our lives. Topics such as political protests, police abuse, paternity, abortion, homoeroticism, the search for a paternal figure, drug micro trafficking, and cancer are put into stories full of absurd humor and curious situations. Produced by Lucas Engel and José Hosiasson, the series has a tone and rhythm quite out of the ordinary within the comedy scene of Chile and has managed to be one of the most-watched and commented national fictions on the Internet.
Created by comedians Lucas Espinoza and Ignacio Socías, who have forged an important reputation in the media through audiovisual content such as Proyecto Lupa and Frente Fracasados, which have positioned them as one of the strongest voices of their generation; this production has the performances of actors such as Paloma Salas, Nathalia Aragonese, Daniel Antivilo, Pedro Ruminot, Samuel Landea, Pedro Fontaine, Consuelo Carreño, Martín Castillo, Juan Pablo Correa, Juan Cano, Moisés Angulo and Neo Rincón.
Defined by its protagonists as "a comedy that is about two friends trying to move forward in a world that is rowing emotionally against them" and "a series that sits right at the intersection of drama and comedy in the midst of a hostile world that is difficult and that takes them many times to the limit", do not miss this comic production that also delights with a national soundtrack composed by Diego Lorenzini, Pharmaceuticals, Ghost Power, among others.
We invite you to watch the episode where Lucas and Socías live a psychedelic journey together with a special group of individuals, by clicking here
You can also enjoy the episode where Lucas has to deal with his girlfriend’s troubled teenage son, while Socías will find in a local fisherman the affection he so badly needed in his life, by clicking here
About the Producers:
Lucas Engel is producer of My Tender Matador by Rodrigo Sepúlveda (created by Forastero) and Frente fracasados by Ignacio Socías; and executive producer of Dry Martina directed by Che Sandoval, as well as producer of And The Whole Sky Fit In The Dead Cow's Eye by director Francisca Alegría. Among his developing projects are the feature films The Monster Within by Rodrigo Susarte and La práctica by Martín Rejtman, and the short stop-motion animation film El imbunche by León and Cociña.
José Hosiasson is an audiovisual producer, featuring his work in Frente Fracasados and Proyecto Lupa. He worked on the executive production team of Claudia Huaquimilla’s My Brothers Dream Awake. He is currently developing Primeras, an anthology animation series, along with Typpo Creative Lab (winner of CNTV), and working on branded content and serial content for Chile and abroad in Alto Andes.