A Claustrophobic experience which involves a Mexican middle class family into the atrocities made by wild and heartless army forces whose main objective seems to be students who do not permit the 1968's Olimpic games' to develop normally.
Marina, a humble young woman, lives independently despite being born blind. She falls in love with rich, dashing Luis Alberto but prejudices against her disability and her class status threaten their happiness.
Osvaldo de León
Julieta is quite happy in her relationship with her live in boyfriend, Robert... and thrilled that she won't have to deal with in-laws since Robert doesn't know his family. Things start ... See full summary »
According to an inside source, by the early broadcast of the series, the producers didn't like much the on-screen couple made by Betty Monroe and Cristián de la Fuente. Plans were then made to kill Monroe's character in order for Marjorie De Sousa to take over as leading female. Nevertheless, they realized that it would have been too expensive to finalize Monroe, who could have also suited Televisa as she had a contract for the whole series. Besides, she had achieved a greater connection with the audience after shaving her head for playing cancer-ill. The decision was overturned, but by then De Sousa had already been called to play Cristina, with a wide character development. See more »
Adding Moussier was a mistake. There is no chemistry between De La Fuentes and Moussier. Monroe needs to wind up with De La Fuentes. Besides, pushing the relationship between De La Fuentes and Moussier made their relationship seem phoney. I am saving them so I can fast forward to the end but if it looks like you are ending Him with Moussier, I am deleting the whole thing. If you kill off Esperanza, I will never watch another novela by your author. I cannot believe you have sent this novela in such weird directions. I thought the only bad writers worked for my American soaps. I have never watched such an idiotic novela. I have watched novelas for years, in English and Spamish , so I know of what I speak. Maria Roloff
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