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This was one of the great "telenovelas". I am waiting for any of the Spanish networks to broadcast it again. The story is very good, very "believable" if I may say, considering it's a soap opera. The love story is plausible and the antagonists do have a somewhat logical excuse. Azela Robinson, as Dinorah is one of the best villains I've ever seen, she's truly devious. I loved her character, she's one under-appreciated actress. I think this is one of the last "telenovelas" I saw. So many are dull and repetitive, where the bad guys are so bad you can't possibly believe they're for real. This is a true original. Daniela Castro and Juan Soler have good chemistry, they're so cute. I wish I could see it again, in full, not a 60 minute cut.
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