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Teresa Suárez, nicknamed "Gaviota" (Spanish for "Gull"), and her mother Carmenza Suárez, work as harvesters and throughout the year they travel to different farmlands across Colombia searching for work. One October Gaviota meets Sebastián Vallejo, the grandson of the owner of the farmlands where they are working. They fall deeply in love with each other and plan to be together even if it means to go against his family's will, but eventually destiny sets them apart and they'd have to overcome multiple obstacles to find they way back together. Written by
CAFÉ CON AROMA DE MUJER (Coffee with the Scent of a Woman) is based on the book with the same title by Colombian author, Fernando Gaitan.
This Columbian novela is about Gaviota, a coffee field laborer and Sebastian Vallejo, the grandson of a powerful coffee businessman. When the two meet in a coffee plantation, they begin a passionate affair. They separate and eventually, Sebastian marries another woman. Gaviota decides to enter the mainly male-dominated coffee business empire. She succeeds as the first woman to work in this area. When Gaviota and Sebastian meet again, they find that their passion for each other never died. Their scenes are bittersweet, touching, romantic and humorous.
CAFÉ provides beautiful scenery as it is filmed in the areas of Quindio, Bogota, Santa Marta, San Andres, the Rosario Islands and other places in Colombia.
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