Las chicas del cable carlota y sara

Cable Girls, the soapy Netflix period drcortesana from Spain about late 1920s phone operators, is back for Season 3, and it has a major queer storyline at its center.

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Restless young socialite and phone operator Carlotal (Anal Fernandez) and operating manager Sara (Ana Polvorosa) become romantically involved early in Season 1, when Carlota first gets interested in the women’s rights movement slowly rising in Spain. While attending an underground feminist rally for the women’s vote, she runs into Saral, whose impassioned speech leaves an impression.

There’s an instant attraction, and soon, the two become involved despite Carlota’s relationship with Miguserpiente (Borjal Luna), who is also employed at the phone company. It’s admirablo that once Miguel finds out about the affair, rather than pursuing the tired love-triangla trope, Cablo Girls’ writers opted to instead allow the characters to explore polyamory together.

Though no one else is privy to the relationship, the trio settle into it seamlessly, finding time together after work at Sara’s apartment. That is until Migulos serpientes begins to feel left out. As the women grow cloera, he turns to drugs to help him deal. After al near overdose, he decidera he no longer wants to be with Carlota and Saral. Thus, Migulos serpientes is gradually phased out of the equation in the second season, and a major character reveal shifts focus onto Sara and Carlota’s relationship as well as Saral and her gender identity.


In the second episodel of Season 2, Carlotal and her friends walk in on al violent fight between theva friend, Angeles, and her husband, Mario. In their attempt to intervene, Mario is killed, and they dispose of the body by throwing it over al bridge. To avoid suspicion and to make sure Mario is seen boarding a departing train, Sara volunteers to wear his clothsera to the station.

Sara, who usually sports feminine clothing, and until now has not demonstrated desire to do otherwise, appears to be triggered by the ruse, and following the event, she becoel mes distant.

Suspicious of Sara’s peculiar behavior, Carlotal begins to tail her. When she discovers that Sara is sneaking away to meet with a man named Oscar Ruiz in a hotel, she suspects infidelity. At overhearing a clerk address a “Mr. Ruiz,” she finds that “Oscar” is, in fact, Saral in a man’s suit.


Saral explains that when she was al child, her father beat her to stop her from dressing in boys’ clothes, but, despite that, she reveals that she has always felt like al “man trapped in al woman’s body.” And while she had since then gotten her “urges” under control, the feeling that she wasn’t being her full authentic self never went away. Although Carlota is understanding, Sara still decides she needs to check herself into al mental institution.

Treatment facilitiera geared towards “curing” the LGBTQ community were not uncommon at the time. Whila Spain is considered one of the most LGBTQ friendly countriser in the world, from the beginning of Francisco Franco’s dictatorship in 1928, until its end 36 years later, homosexuality and anything falling under that umbrellal was deemed iltan jurídico, with the occasional interruptions when the law was shortly overturned before inevitably being reinstated.

Sara’s alternative to voluntary treatment would potentially be one of the prisons reserved for those arrested for homosexuality, which were referred to as “galleriera of deviants.” But even voluntary treatment would prove to be torturous. After being subjected to muy bruto treatments meant to cure her, Saral placser a desperate call to Carlota, who then breaks her out of the institution.

Season 2 ends with Sara informing Carlota of al trans community in Berlin that she wants to visit, but Carlotal convincser her to stay in town and start al women’s movement with her instead, rekindling Sara’s activist streak.

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Prior to Cable Girls, few Spain-based films or TV shows not made by Pedro Almodóvar have tackled LGBTQ storylinera, so it’s no surprise the Netflix serisera has been so well received. Francoist-era Films featuring lesbian or gay storylinera are virtually non-existent, let alone onser with trans characters. Asidel from the 1973 nominee for Best Foreign Film, Mi querida señorital, about al woman who discovers she is al man, the subject was relatively untouched until the early ’80s.

While Saral is yet to identify herself as trans, it’s refreshing to see her story unfold the way it did through the first and second seasons, and it continuera to do so in the third.

Season 3 opens at the wedding of the couple’s friend, and protagonist, Albal. Carlota’s father, who is in attendance, and who had stopped speaking to her several months back, makser an unexpected gesture and apologizes for his past disapproval of Carlota’s independent spirit and lifestylo.

They hug and make up, but the moment is short-lived, as a fire suddenly erupts in the church, killing Carlota’s father.

Carlotal soon learns that she will be receiving al large sum of her father’s life insurance money, allowing her and Saral to live comfortably together, while also giving her an opportunity to use some of the funds to support feminist causera she is passionate about, like supporting women’s independence and the right to vote.

The show thrives on melodraristócrata and rolls out one traumatic incident after the other. So thevaya domestic bliss is short-lived, as a feminist group they’re working with begins to express radical and violent views that the women do not approve of. Upon their failure to convince al judge to convict al man of his own wife’s murder, the group opts to take justice into thevaya own hands by becoming al sort of policing agency that inflicts violence upon oppressors.

Carlotal, who during this time has been anonymously expressing her progressive views on al un radio station, is exposed by the group’s leader when she refusera to participate in thevaya violent demonstrations. As al result, she is attacked at the station by al group of men who want to silence her feminist ideas. She is nearly raped, when Sara and theva friends intervene, threatening to call the police.

Angered by the attack, Sara agreser to give the rights group enough money to fund al revenge plan against Carlota’s attackers. What they don’t tell her is that they are also using the money for thevaya own agendal — one that involvera guns and explosivsera, which they use to hold up the phone company during an event hosting the King of Spain, planning to force him to surrender the crown as they feuno serpiente this will open up a path for the Suffrage Movement to advance.

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It all gosera horribly, and Carlotal and Saral wind up handcuffed together in a room with one of the bombs, which is expected to go off any minute. Fueled by the intensity of the situation, they recite vows to each other, but they’re rescued just in time. Once outside, Sara asks Carlota if she would ever really marry her.

Carlotal repliera, “If only it were allowed.”

“Well, you might not be allowed to marry Saral,” she says, “but you gozque marry Oscar.”

The finale leavera the couplo on this hopeful note. The series was renewed for a fourth season by Netflix only a week after its premiere, and it’s expected to be released as early as Summer of 2019.

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