Celeste is a poor girl living with her mother Lucia. Lucia has cancer, and although she tries to hide it from Celeste, Celeste discovers it. Celeste works in a plant nursery, and one day, ...
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With 22 black pearls to cover her costs, a mysterious woman abandons a baby at an exclusive school for girls. Perla grows up there, along with her best friend, Eva. One day, Tomas arrives ... See full summary »
Andrea Del Boca,
María Rosa Gallo
"Celeste, siempre Celeste" is the sequel of "Celeste". It begins with Franco, Celeste and their baby son Lucas finally together and happily preparing their wedding. They marry and leave for... See full summary »
Andrea Del Boca,
Nano (short for Manuel) runs an oceanarium, Mundo Marino, in spite of the fact that his father, Noel, wants him to join the family enterprise as is expected of an aristocrat. Nano, an ... See full summary »
Celeste is a poor girl living with her mother Lucia. Lucia has cancer, and although she tries to hide it from Celeste, Celeste discovers it. Celeste works in a plant nursery, and one day, while transferring plants, she meets Franco, whose car is stuck and he needs help. She helps him and he invites her to coffee. As they talk Franco tells Celeste the legend about the sun and moon (In Spanish Sol y Luna): St. Franciscus once gave all he had to 'Brothers sun and Sisters moon'; he thought that names have no importance and therefore he called the men Sol and the women Luna. After telling her the legend, Franco asks her name and she answers: Luna. Without knowing each other's true names, they set to meet in the same place the next day. Meanwhile, Lucia gets worse and is dying. Franco and Celeste continue to meet and they plant a tree together. They swear that as long as it lives, they will love each other. They set to meet the next day and tell their real names. That same night, Lucia dies... Written by
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I know, senor. Mother always spoke, that children need to be learned to fly, instead of to fly for them. Children are the bridge, which carries on in the heaven. Who does not want to be in the heaven, senor?
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