A nazi pop singer from Buenos Aires who talks about the dangers that the poor, the dark-skinned, and the ugly represent. A new age singer of the 60s that combines political revolutionary slogans with cheesy love songs. A drunk old woman who rants against de cultural decay of our time while she remembers her days as the pioneer of punk rock in Argentina. These are some of the characters created by Diego Capusotto and Pedro Saborido, two of the most risqué comedians of Latin America. This episode of Polivision is about Argentinean satire.

Created by Paul Alonso, Polivision is a bilingual and multimedia outlet based in Atlanta, Georgia, that covers Latin(o) American and Global Cultures.

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