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Pretty Rosalinda sells flowers and decorates a fancy restaurant, when she meets Fernando Jose is a man of high social status and plays the piano at the restaurant. His stepmother Valeria wants to split them up, even after they've been married and have a daughter Erika.Written by
This show is one of my favourite telenovelas. The credit should go to the scriptwriters for the exciting sudden-turn-abouts. But sadly, only 2 points dampens the show: #1. The lack of choice of the music. It's quite irritating to hear the same tunes for 70 episodes in a row. #2. I REALLY hate the close-ups. For example: "Oh no! Rosalinda's got an accident!" *Close-up to Soledad's face*. It's pretty predictable, really. I would like to say that the scene where Paloma gets hit by the car seems so realistic! But the part where Fransisco Quinonez gets shot by Valencia Altamirano needs improvement.
Overall, I give this series 8.5 stars.
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