Mirada de mujer (1997–1998)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Angélica Aragón ...
 María Inés Domínguez de San Millán
Ari Telch ...
 Alejandro Salas
Fernando Luján ...
 Lic. Ignacio San Millán
Margarita Gralia ...
Evangelina Elizondo ...
 Doña Emilia Elena viuda de Domínguez 'Mamá Elena'
María Renée Prudencio ...
 Adriana San Millán
 Mónica San Millán
 Andrés San Millán
René Gatica ...
Muriel Fouilland ...
Álvaro Carcaño Jr. ...
Olmo Araiza ...
 Alex Salas
Carlos Torrestorija ...
 Marcos (as Carlos Torres Torrija)
Paloma Woolrich ...


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Release Date:

5 June 2000 (Brazil)  »

Also Known As:

Milosc i namietnosc  »

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(121 episodes)


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Spin-off Mirada de mujer: El regreso (2003) See more »


Written by Armando Manzanero
Performed by Aranza
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maybe the best soap opera in the history of Mexican TV
9 July 2002 | by (mexico) – See all my reviews

Maria Ines is a 50 years old woman who has been raised in a conservative tradition. When her husband Ignacio leaves her, she has to build her life again, facing the disapproval of those who expect a Mexican woman to be everything but free and assertive.

The soap opera genre has always been popular in Mexico, but this particular one had everybody, including the intellectuals and the educated classes glued to the TV screen.

It was realistic, it had excellent dialogues, written by and for intelligent people, it used cinematographic techniques (e.g. the camera movements) in a refreshing way, it touched interesting and previously avoided subjects like divorce, abortion, AIDS, women's lib and drugs, and it had a wonderful cast. I encourage you to watch it if you have the chance.

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