A wealthy family of six with three daughters and a son grow together learning from and experiencing all the lessons of life. With firm and loving parents all four children find love and although not all marry right away, they are happy. Even when one parent dies, the household carries on as strong as ever. This is a story of family strength and close personal relationships.
This movie is very accurate telling how people lived in Buenos Aires at the beginning of the century. It has very witty dialogs, and very good actors. It contains an intelligent critic of society, and politics. I've found a short clip of this movie, that shows how politics were in Argentina here: http://www.ligadelconsorcista.org/node/1321 It tells the life of a middle-class family, and how years came and go. How the children grow up and marry, and how some beloved ones dies, and tells how some things in Argentine's society changes, and how some other things should change, or should have changed. If you study sociology, this is a very interesting movie. Buenos Aires's society was full of European immigrants that added so much to the criollos. In two words: Worth watching.