"Amy The girl with the blue schoolbag" is a soap opera for kids. As a baby, Amy was rescued from the sea by Captain Matías and his wife Perla, who later dies, but Captain Matías promises his wife to take care of Amy. She lives on a ship with her step-father, who after his wife's death is destroyed, keeps losing everything, almost has no money and is about to lose the last thing he has left: his ship. Amy is a mischievous girl and dresses like a boy. Her real father is a millionaire Octavio who has lost his newborn baby in the hurricane and is searching for "him" (as he thinks it was a baby boy). He will meet Amy and they will become friends, without knowing that the "boy" he is searching for in reality is Amy. She will also meet a nice boy Raul with whom she will fall in an innocent love. There is also an evil Carlota who hates orphans, but uses them to get donations and with this money buys herself fine jewelry. In order to get more donations she needs to get more orphans, and she is...Written by
Im 21 years old now and I still love this TELENOVELA !!!
Okay, I am flurdemae... the one who gave the very first review for this series. Let me just clarify some things I was f-king 12 years old back then, so please excuse me for giving a shitty ass review lol. When I previewed my review it said "there appear to be spelling mistakes in you review" so I thought I HAD to change the words if not it was not going to let me submit so I was "forced" to put soap opera instead of telenovela... which sounded extremely weird to me, and to make matters worse the website somehow corrected it to Oprah ? Wtf ?? Anyways. Yeah I am 21 years old now and I am still watching Amy but this time on Youtube. And I could care less what people say ! Televisa sucks ass... this is seriously the best thing they produced since...ever ? Lola erase una vez was a fun novela too. But it shows that they put a lot of effort into making Amy though yes, it was not original , since NOTHING from Televisa is anyways... but its so much fun. I look back and I remember good times and my childhood. The mixture of supernatural creatures and real life scenarios is what grabs people's attention, especially coming from a low budget Mexican series. And if people thought I was crazy for watching this at 12, honestly children under the age of 9 would not understand what was going on, nor the life lessons this series tried to convey. They way the characters spoke is so unrealistic anyway, and thats typical in Mexican telenovelas, the language is exaggerated for a bunch of 9 year olds lol. But I would still make my child watch this haha. Its actually very creative and entertaining...
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