The story begins in 1995 as Santiago Díaz Herrera is hurt while fencing with his best friend Marco Lombardo. Marco wants to bring Santiago back to Buenos Aires but his father, Alberto, ...
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The story begins in 1995 as Santiago Díaz Herrera is hurt while fencing with his best friend Marco Lombardo. Marco wants to bring Santiago back to Buenos Aires but his father, Alberto, commands him to leave Santiago in a Moroccan jail, and Santiago is declared dead. Eleven years pass, and in 2006 Santiago returns to Buenos Aires seeking revenge on the Lombardos for their crimes to himself, his father and other people who have stood in their way over the decades.Written by
An excellent soap-opera who changed, again, the rules
After "Resistiré" soap-operas became different, darker, more interesting and, specially, better.
We can say that "Montecristo" follows the "Resistiré" way, while reaffirming that a soap-opera can be as interesting as a series.
The TV program is excellent not only by the plot, but for the excellent performances, direction, production... ¡Everything is so well done!
A surprising fact is that the soap-opera (remember that "Montecristo" is emitted 5 times a week) is based in the Alexander Dumas's book "The Count of Monte-Cristo" and it follows the book plot very well!.
There's no question: "Montecristo", with "Resistiré", will remain in history.
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