Sortilegio centers the life of Alejandro who comes back home after a terrible accident to find that he is married to Maria Jose, a poor and innocent girl who was lied to by Alejandro's ...
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Sortilegio centers the life of Alejandro who comes back home after a terrible accident to find that he is married to Maria Jose, a poor and innocent girl who was lied to by Alejandro's brother Bruno. Bruno used Alejandro's name to marry Maria Jose, soon after he sent to kill his brother in hopes that Maria Jose will inherit Alejandro's fortune. But when Maria Jose arrives at the mansion she realizes that Bruno lied to her and used her. She is also scared when Alejandro is found alive and arrives back home. Doctors tell Alejandro that he suffers from memory loss but he is convinced he never met Maria Jose before and goes in search of the truth. While on his mission to discover the truth him and Maria Jose end up falling in love, while Bruno and Maura (Alejandro's ex girlfriend) plot to break up the couple. The story also follows Alejandro's mother, Victoria who has fallen in love with Alejandro's best friend Fernando who is much younger than her. Written by
I love Carla Estrada's series and Sortilegio is no exception. The acting is great and there's no silly business (tonterias) going on. I've watched both the complete version and the abridged version and liked them both very much. I love the fact that Ms. Estrada always includes a bit of Mexico's rich history and culture in her series. Whenever there's Carla Estrada and Monica Miguel collaborating, the result is simply great. Ms. Miguel brings out the best in each and every actor. There are too many twists and turns happening in the story, but you see changes happening at a good speed with no boring episodes. If you're generally a fan of Mexican soap operas, then watch it and enjoy!
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