Recounts the events leading up to Raquel to be one of the biggest psychopaths in recent times.






Series cast summary:
Lorene Prieto ...
 Raquel Ibáñez (43 episodes, 2012)
Claudia Burr ...
 Maribel Ibáñez (43 episodes, 2012)
Javiera Díaz de Valdés ...
 Mariana Zúñiga (43 episodes, 2012)
Pablo Díaz ...
 Gonzalo Zúñiga (43 episodes, 2012)
Willy Semler ...
 Alfonso Ferrer (42 episodes, 2012)
Gabriela Hernández ...
 María Soto (41 episodes, 2012)
Florencia Díaz ...
 Laura Ferrer (41 episodes, 2012)
Rodrigo Soto ...
 Juan 'Oreja' Gómez (40 episodes, 2012)
Pedro Campos ...
 Gabriel Rossetti (40 episodes, 2012)
Antonella Ríos ...
 Claudia Montero (38 episodes, 2012)
Claudia Pérez ...
 Berta Chahuán (37 episodes, 2012)
 Manuel Espinoza (37 episodes, 2012)
Glenny Rosado ...
 Salomé (33 episodes, 2012)
Remigio Remedy ...
 Comisario Riquelme (32 episodes, 2012)
César Sepúlveda ...
 David Donoso (28 episodes, 2012)
Harry Geithner ...
 Esteban Zúñiga (22 episodes, 2012)
Luis Dubó ...
 Tonino Díaz (20 episodes, 2012)
Gonzalo Canelo ...
 Julio Carranza (19 episodes, 2012)
María de Los Ángeles García ...
 Amaranta (18 episodes, 2012)


Recounts the events leading up to Raquel to be one of the biggest psychopaths in recent times.

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3 August 2012 | by (Chile) – See all my reviews

Yesterday ended "Maldita", and I have to say it's the weirdest teleserie I've seen in my life.

Inspired in case of the psychopath Maria del Pilar Perez, it was hoping that it was a serious thriller, but it was everything opposite, the unique thing that produced me they were laughs.

Lorene Prieto finally after a lot of time had a leading role and was saying in the press that she was remaining exhausted with her personage, but before she had never been so overacted, in the beginning she was loading me but I ended up by liking her action performance, ended up being a cult television series !!! Another point they were the scripts at the expense of Mateo Iribarren, illogical, absurd, sometimes simple, entertaining and ridiculous inside a series that was trying to be serious.

The music very badly chosen and in places very badly positions, situations and scenes that had never before seen on Chilean television, as when Raquel made eat excrement to her husband or when she was getting sexually excited with the money, and many other scenes made ​​Raquel a memorable character.

Lamentably for the producers and lucky for us (I believe it) the result that they wanted was everything opposite, but thanks to it I enjoyed through.

If you are depressed, sad or just want to laugh non-stop, have to see this! 10 of 10 stars for make me happy every night hahaha.

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