Cielo rojo

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Cielo Rojo
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Red Sky
Genre Romance, Black humor, Comedy-drama
Created by Eric Vonn
Developed by Azteca
Azteca Novelas:
Alberto Santini Lara
Elisa Salinas
Directed by Mauricio Meneses
Pablo Gomez-Saenz
David Robledo
Carlos Angel Guerra
Starring Edith González
Mauricio Islas
Regina Torné
Andrea Noli
Aura Cristina Geithner
Alejandra Lazcano
Theme music composer Juan Zaizar
Opening theme "Cielo Rojo" by Ana Gabriel
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 165 (Mexico)
171 (International)[1][2]
Production
Executive producer(s) Rafael Uriostegui
Producer(s) Gerardo Zurita
Ximena Cantuarias
Editor(s) Mónica Rodríguez Carrillo
Alejandra Espinoza
Fernando Rodríguez Carrillo
Location(s) Querétaro
Tubutama, Sonora
Mexico City
Paris
Guadalajara
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 41-63 minutes
Distributor Azteca Novelas
Release
Original network Azteca 13/Azteca America
Picture format HDTV, 1080i on Azteca 13 HD
SDTV, 480i on Azteca 13
Original release Mexico & United States
23 May 2011 – 13 January 2012
Chronology
Preceded by Entre el Amor y el Deseo
Followed by La Mujer de Judas
External links
Cielo Rojo official website

Cielo rojo, is a Mexican telenovela produced by Rafael Uriostegui for TV Azteca. It stars Edith González and Mauricio Islas as the leading protagonists, with Regina Torné as the main villain and Alejandra Lazcano as leading teen cast. Filming lasted from 4 April 2011 to 1 December 2011. It premiered on 23 May 2011 on Azteca 13, occupying Entre el Amor y el Deseo's slot.

Plot[edit]

Alma Durán and Andrés Renteria fell in love as teenagers. They are soulmates, but destiny has always found a way to keep them apart, at all costs, throughout the years. After separating, they find each other again as adults. Their lives have taken different paths, but they are determined to escape together. However, tragedy surrounds them and separates them once more.

When Alma and Andrés reunite again many years later all hell breaks through. Alma and Andrés' lives enter a labyrinth that seems to have no escape. Passion, ambition, intrigues, compromises, and lies continue to separate them while they walk under a Red Sky that will not allow them to unite and be happy.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Los Rey y La otra cara del alma lo más destacado de Azteca para Natpe" (PDF) (in Spanish). Produ. 21 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "Exhibitor Directory Listing – Azteca". NATPE. Retrieved 22 September 2013. 

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