Two and a-half hours of depression and predictability keeps the viewer away from this film.
The power of the script to carry weight to a movie works here, which shows that no matter how famous your actors are, it doesn't guarantee critics' approval. After being glued for depression and revenge for 2&1/2 hours (even if you'll know what will happen next), viewers will be put into sleep. There are many scenes that should've been erased and combined. Performances-wise, thumbs-up is given to Eula Valdez as the maid who falls in love with William Lorenzo, the gardener who uses Vilma Santos in the first half of the movie. Even the dialogue is weak. Barely watchable. 3.5/10
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