Soñadoras

Soñadoras, is a Mexican telenovela produced and created by Emilio Larrosa with Rocio Taboada and Braulio Pedraza for Televisa in 1998.

Soñadoras
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GenreTelenovela
Created by
Written by
  • Alejandro Pohlenz
  • Saúl Pérez
  • Pedro Pablo Quintanilla
Directed bySalvador Garcini
Starring
Opening theme"Soñadoras" by Sentidos Opuestos
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes174
Production
Executive producerEmilio Larrosa
ProducerArturo Pedraza
Cinematography
  • Miguel Lopéz
  • Luis Monroy
  • Miguel Valdés
Editors
  • Adrián Frutos
  • Juan Carlos Frutos
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Original releaseAugust 31, 1998 (1998-08-31) –
April 30, 1999 (1999-04-30)
Chronology
Preceded byPreciosa
Followed byAmor gitano

PlotEdit

The main character of this story is Fernanda, a psychologist who works in a rehabilitation center for substance abusers. Fernanda has recently suffered a terrible tragedy, the man she was soon to marry was murdered while trying to resist a hold-up. During the assault, her father received a bullet in the spine which left him paralyzed.

At the beginning of the story we realize that Eugenio de la Peña, an evil drug lord, is in love with Fernanda and is willing to go to any extreme to make her his wife. But Fernanda meets the handsome Jose Luis, a writer and a literature teacher who works at a local private high school. Jose Luis is honest and hard working, charming and full of life. However, he carries a dark secret from his past.

When Fernanda and José Luis fall in love, Eugenio gets extremely jealous, but when he decides to eliminate his rival, he discovers that his own daughter Jaqueline, is in love with José Luis. Jaqueline, on the other hand, is being wooed by Manuel, who despite his popularity, cannot call Jaqueline's attention.

One of Jaqueline's friends is Emilia, a romantic but realistic young girl whose dream is to become a dancer. Emilia's boyfriend is Gerardo, whom she adores. Gerardo is the lead singer in a rock band. But soon, a dancer and choreographer called Enrique enters Emilia's life and falls in love with her.

Another of Jaqueline's friends is Lucía, the wealthiest of the dreamers, but also the homeliest. Lucia will fall in love with Gerardo but will be courted by Beto "Roque-feller". The colorful Beto lives in the same projects as Julieta, who becomes Lucia's best friend.

Julieta is ashamed of being poor and is bulimic. She constantly lies to her classmates about being wealthy and often brags about trips to Europe, expensive clothes etc. even though it is false. She will meet Carlos, a rich but second-rate physician. She will try to use him to pull herself out of her poverty, but eventually ends the relationship.

Julieta falls for a new rich student named Ruben Barraisaba. In the beginning, he finds her annoying, but then they begin to date. Ruben begins to falls in love with Julieta, but finds out she's been lying about her "wealth", and makes the assumption that she's only with him for money, and he decides to end the relationship.

Later, Julieta begins to date Beto and they develop a relationship. Meanwhile, with the help of a new student, Ana, Lucia becomes beautiful and makes a vengeful decision to get back at Gerardo for dating her out of pity. In the end, Gerardo finds out that Lucia is Adriana and is infuriated with her. They eventually forgive each other and start dating again.

CastEdit

Main castEdit

Supporting castEdit

  • Alejandro Aragón as Dr. Carlos Muñoz
  • Gustavo Rojo as Don Alfredo Guzmán, Fernanda's father
  • Silvia Eugenia Derbez as Rosita Ruiz Castañeda
  • Mónica Dossetti as Vanessa
  • Antonio Miguel as Director
  • Alfonso Kaffiti
  • Theo Tapia as Don Manuel
  • Polo Ortín as Octavio Ruiz
  • Zoila Quiñones as Maité Castañeda de Ruiz
  • Lupita Lara as Viviana
  • Mariana Karr as Nancy González
  • Rudy Casanova as David "El Cubano", Don Eugenio's henchman
  • Sergio DeFassio as Pedro Roque
  • Ramón Valdés as Rodolfo
  • Roberto Tello as Victorio
  • Dulce as Antonia de la Macorra

Extended castEdit

Special participationEdit

  • Raymundo Capetillo as Horacio de la Macorra

ReferencesEdit

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