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Marisol's parents are dead, and she decides to sell everything she has and go to Madrid with her Uncle Ramon's family. Her aunt Leonor is a very bad woman who doesn't like her or treat her as one of the family, forcing her to eat her meals in the kitchen with the maid, Herminia. She only lets Marisol stay because she brought a lot of money with her and the family is not doing well at the moment. The family includes two adult cousins and a younger girl cousin, and Marisol secretly brought along a little friend she met on the train into Madrid.Written by
Since the first time I saw "ha llegado un ángel" I knew that it would be a very important part of my childhood and, probably, of my life. It's heart-touching, charming, funny and it contains all the things that an excellent film needs. It's a film that can be watched by people of all ages and it will rest in the hearts and souls of all those people who, like me, enjoyed it.
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