Francisco Romero is a small-town teacher who decides to try his luck in Mexico City. He joins the faculty of Prep school number 10 "Rosario Castellanos" and soon realizes that his work is ... See full summary »
Basically it's about something unforgettable and vengeance and hate is formed along the process .yet at the same time something beautiful can be formed as long as there is forgiveness.you know what they say something's can be forgiven
It is the story of four women: Vanesa, Fernanda, Paulina and Matilde, who despite coming from different social fields, will undertake together an adventure that will lead them to be realized as professionals and friends.
After Violeta's father dies, her family and her start to lose respect in the town. A lot of misfortunes start to happen like losing her father's company, Violeta's mother gets raped and the... See full summary »
Ana Brenda Contreras,
Sortilegio centers the life of Alejandro who comes back home after a terrible accident to find that he is married to Maria Jose, a poor and innocent girl who was lied to by Alejandro's ... See full summary »
I am currently (summer of 2006) watching "Barrera de Amor" on Univisión! I am not a soap opera fan, but have found myself enchanted with this telenovela, which I initially began watching to practice my Spanish skills. There is something about this series that draws me back to each episode, as enduring as the Thornbirds was when I watched it on TV as a child in the early 80s. "Barrera de Amor" has a classic Mexican feel to it--the scenery and cast are beautiful, and the acting is pretty decent, too--many characters, especially the beloved María Teresa, seem very sincere--as if you might want to know them in real life! The storyline is rather timeless--just the right balance of romance, redemption, love, hate & revenge, good & evil, that make it seem authentic, with a little melodrama added for spice and modern flavor. I was just online searching for more info on this telenovela, and it seems that it was released in Mexico last year, and was so successful that Spanish-speakers were eager for it to air in the US. As many telenovelas are later released for purchase on DVD, I am desperately hoping to find "Barrera de Amor" in this format--sadly, I missed the beginning of the series, since I didn't have Univisión at the time.
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