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Best Remake Ever! Fuego en la Sangre is absolutely captivating and addictive.
The acting is phenomenal. The story is suspenseful & multi-layered. First two weeks were a bit slow, the pace picked up and wow! Incredible drama interspersed with highly erotic and/or violent scenes and relieved with tender or humorous interludes. Emotional roller coaster. Music and soundtrack fantastic. Highly original locations, sets, casting, hair, makeup, costumes. Surprisingly sophisticated visual splendor for a TV series. In fact, it is so well done, you don't even need to speak Spanish to be entertained by Fuego en la Sangre, the themes are universal and timeless yet the execution can be brutal and raw at times. Makes you think. Makes you feel. Stay with it over time and it will start to cast a spell.
Production value superior to any Hollywood soaps! Not just superior- there's no comparison.
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