After the Rebeca (Barbara) catches innocent Eduardo kissing his first love Fernanda, she sends him to a far away land. Years pass and tragedy brings him back, vengeance fills his heart ... See full summary »
Maricruz and Beatriz are best friends although Beatriz comes from a wealthy family and Maricruz does not. Both are about to turn 15, an age when they will leave their childhood behind. ... See full summary »
"Solitude" is the name of the big mansion owned by the Di Carlos. And it's also solitude what lies behind doors and walls, in the cold dining room where the family gathers for dinner, along... See full summary »
After her fiancé Alfonso leaves her at the alter, Valentina's life is turned upside down. She becomes a different woman and her new attitude sends her to the family's hacienda. There she ... See full summary »
When I was in Mexico in 1994, I didn't spend much time watching TV, but did see more than a few episodes of Marimar (y la Copa Mundial - oh, yeah). It wasn't until I returned to the U.S. and it was shown on Univision that I became addicted.
It can be very cheesy and melodramatic, but I must admit I love it! My students (I'm a Spanish teacher) love it as well. It has such a great, classic storyline with beautiful shots of Mexico.
Es la mejor telenovela de todas!
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