Los Pincheira

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Los Pincheira
Genre Telenovela
Directed by Vicente Sabatini
Starring Francisco Reyes Morandé
Tamara Acosta
Álvaro Morales
Ricardo Fernández
Paz Bascuñan
Juan Falcón
Opening theme «Ojos Incandescentes» by Beto Cuevas
Country of origin Chile
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 127
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Televisión Nacional de Chile
Original run March 9 – September 3, 2004
Chronology
Related shows Los Plateados
External links
Website

Los Pincheira (The Pincheiras) is a 2004 Chilean historic telenovela developed and broadcast by TVN and directed by Vicente Sabatini. The series was based in the story of the Pincheira brothers.[1]

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The telenovela centers in 1918 (One hundred years after the actual events happened). Delfín and Miguel Molina were accused accomplices of his father, who was unjustly accused. This accusation was made by Mrs. Carmen, Olegario Sotomayor's mother. The father of the Molina was shot after the murder charge . From there, both brothers, in charge of his younger brothers Santiago and Trinidad Molina Molina, had to make to live in anonymity as police sought. Subsequently, the charge included Santiago Molina, so far, the three men were brothers guilty of unlawful killing. In one chapter, are shown Delfín and Miguel young with his father in a state of poor health. On stage, their father asked to care for siblings. This explains the enormous commitment of Miguel for taking care of younger siblings, especially Trinidad.

Once the murder occurred alongside Molina brothers and sister Pancrazio (helpers of the old Molina family) escaped through the woods until you find a cave, which became his home. Looting for food began to be daily, until officially, the band "The Pincheira" began to fight for justice for the death of his father.

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