A story of romance and suspense in Puerto Rico, year 2006. Angela, star reporter of Teledigital TV Network, is married to Armando and they have an 8-year old son, Ivan. When their marriage ... See full summary »

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Maricarmen Avilés ...
Ángela
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Pedro Juan
Humberto González ...
Fernández
René Monclova ...
Bruno, Fernández's henchman
Carola García ...
Lucy
Ernesto Concepción ...
Paco
Joseph Alicea ...
Iván, Ángela's son
Junior Alvarez ...
Armando, Ángela's husband
Israel Lugo ...
Salvador, Pedro Juan's assistant
Velda González ...
Doña Charo, Ángela's neighbor
Francesca Carroll ...
Ana Marie, Pedro Juan's daughter
Rey Pascual ...
Medina, union leader
Pascal Fontana ...
Hayem, Canadian businessman
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Ángela's cameraman (as Modesto Lacén)
José Félix Gómez ...
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A story of romance and suspense in Puerto Rico, year 2006. Angela, star reporter of Teledigital TV Network, is married to Armando and they have an 8-year old son, Ivan. When their marriage fails, Armando kidnaps Ivan and takes him to the United States, but Angela, aided by Pedro, a lawyer, recovers her son in the end. The outcome of their love story remains open to the viewer's interpretation. Written by Anonymous

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The Kiss You Gave Me  »

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Actually Good
20 August 2003 | by (PR) – See all my reviews

In 2006, using the backdrop of Puerto Rico gaining a degree of independence from the USA and a power struggle between the government and an ruthless industrialist, this movie tells the story of an reporter's affair with PR's representative in Quebec (which also gained independence) in a telecommunications deal that will change the face of the bla bla bla of the internet. Its a good thriller, with some spy twists. Not really about technology.


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