Only one movie has this title and I have seen it several times. This same title has been done several times as a soap opera and I have seen none of them. Everything started in Argentina back in 1964, with the first soap opera, scripted by Nene Cascallo, starring Norma Aleandro and Federico Luppi. Brazil did the same in 1966 and Mexico followed in 1971, starring Silvia Derbez, Iran Eory, Irma Lozano and Lucy Gallardo. Its success prompted the making of the movie, only this time without Derbez, so Lilia Michel took the role of Laura Valdez. Argentina re-made the soap opera in 1976 with Mariana Karr in one of the roles... Then Argentia re-made the remake in 1994 this time with Mexican actress Laura Flores. In 2007, Mexico made its first remake, loosely based on the original script, calling it "Palabra de mujer" or A WOMAN'S WORD, with Cynthia Klitbo instead of Anel, Edith Gonzalez instead of Iran Eory, etc. This time they were no longer hairstylists, but TV women, producers, writers, maybe to reflect the actual life of one of the co-writers Marthita Carrillo. No luck. Everybody complained about this version. But back to the movie, I will say that I enjoy the colors, hairdos and outfits. There are two cat fights, one between Victoria and Georgette and minutes later another one between Victoria and Maria Felix Jr, I mean, her son Enrique. In one scene Gloria, Sylvia Pasquel's friend, wears a coat in the exact same color as her hair!! I ask myself what could had happened if she had found gloves and boots to match! The whole movie is great! Gabriel Figueroa did the photography, so go figure!...
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