In 19th century Mexico, Dr. Manuel Fuentes Guerra inherits a fortune of his father, whom never wanted to recognize him as his son. Now turned into a millionaire gentleman, the doctor looks ... See full summary »
After the Rebeca (Barbara) catches innocent Eduardo kissing his first love Fernanda, she sends him to a far away land. Years pass and tragedy brings him back, vengeance fills his heart ... See full summary »
A terrible tragedy puts an end to a group of friends' pleasure voyage. Maria hears a gunshot, and finds her friend Patricia dead, and, within her confusion, she picks up the gun. Maria is ... See full summary »
Guillermo García Cantú
A mexican telenovela TV show about a romantic story between Esmeralda Rosales and Jose Armando Peñnareal. Esmeralda is a blind and very poor young girl living in a shack with her stepmother... See full summary »
After her fiancé Alonso leaves her at the alter, Valentina's life is turned upside down. She becomes a different woman and her new attitude sends her to the family's hacienda. There she ... See full summary »
Marimar is a poor young innocent girl who lives with her grandparents in a hut on the beach by the ocean. She falls in love with Sergio, the son of wealthy farmer Renato Santiago. Sergio ... See full summary »
Cristina is a beautiful young woman with a powerful father. She falls in love with a simple worker at her hacienda and gets pregnant. Her father does everything he can to separate the ... See full summary »
I watched this on DVD from the local public library. I was hoping I'd get a good understanding of the Mexican soap opera, but I see here that there's 170 episodes. I told a friend that the story moves along quickly--well it would, won't it, if well over a 100 hours had been distilled to 13 or 14 hours. I often felt like I was watching the Reader's Digest version of a soap opera, and found out I was indeed. So I'm guessing the pace is really like, say, a Korean drama-if one had watched the original "Destilando Amor" on broadcast TV.
I like the male and female leads well enough, they're likable characters. Yanez looks and acts like a Mexican Clark Kent in this yarn, causing me a few smirks.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this