Catalina is a 17 year old girl. She stops studying and starts working to be able to give her sister a future and help her mother. Despite being so sweet and cheerful, she has not found full... See full summary »
An idealistic Governor who seeks the Presidency soon realizes that the truth and good deeds don't sell well to the media. As he struggles to gain visibility three very different women will help him reach his goal - at a price.
Barcelona 1967. Ana Rivera returns from New York to launch her last dream: to make the leap from the exclusive business of haute couture in Madrid to a boutique in Barcelona with aspirations to become a global franchise.
The story of a family-owned hotel set in the fictional coastal Spanish town of Cantaloa in 1905 which is scene to love, blackmail, jealousies, crime, comedy, plots and counter-plots all involving the hotel's owners, guests, detectives and residential employees.
4 quite different sisters, all with their own little secrets, attend their mom's funeral in Madrid. The will reveals that their dad is not their biological dad and they are sent on a quest together for their bio dads.
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Fernando González Molina
I watched "Felipe y Letizia" because I like the two actors who play the leads. While Fernando Gil and Amaia Salamanca did the best they could, the mini-series is pretty awful. First, the script, especially the dialogue, is so painfully contrived. Since a Spanish production cannot possibly risk offending the royal family, the script comes off as a really bad Hallmark movie, full of clichés and generalities. Besides a lousy script, the two leads are also handicapped by a weak supporting cast, in particular the actor who plays Juan Carlos, Felipe's father. About the best thing about this production was the car Felipe drives, a gorgeous Aston-Martin. Yuppers, sadly enough, that's about the highest praise I can give this mini-series.
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