Fátima Accioly is a young, callous woman who wants to be rich and successful at any price. After selling her family's house in the country, she heads to Rio and gets to know dress man César...
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Mulheres de areia (sand women) was a Brazilian soap opera that tells the story of the twin sister Rute and Raquel. I the classic thing...one twin is good and the other devilish. It's a very... See full summary »
Fátima Accioly is a young, callous woman who wants to be rich and successful at any price. After selling her family's house in the country, she heads to Rio and gets to know dress man César who is unscrupulous himself. Meanwhile, her mother Raquel stays behind without home and money, but finally tries to find her daughter in the big city. Both women come in contact with the rich Roitman family which changes their lives forever...Written by
The first Brazilian series to create the concept of letting the audiences curious in knowing "who's the killer" of a main character on the same fashion as "Dallas" and who killed J.R. In between 1988-1989 the main question was to figure out "Who killed Odete Roitman?" which would only be revealed at the final episode. See more »
I have seen it and I also loved it. It has all the plot lines that make this gender so appealing to the public: romance, drama, mystery, etc. It has an intense rhythm and a lot of surprises and turn overs in the plot. It this one of the best soap operas ever made in Brasil. It's an x-ray and a portrait of the Brazilian way of life. The rich that want to be richer, the poor that want to be a little bit rich. Everything is in there, in a well constructed narrative with brilliant characters. Well done for the writers. 15 years after it continues to be a masterpiece. It's talkatively, certainly Gilberto Braga's best work. It's one of the highest success in Brazilian TV history.
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