Corona de lágrimas (2012 telenovela)

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Corona de lágrimas
Poster-corona-de-lagrimas.jpg
Genre Telenovela
Created by Jesús Calzada
Based on Corona de lágrimas
by Manuel Canseco Noriega
Written by Janely Lee
Story by Manuel Canseco Noriega
Directed by
  • Alejandro Gamboa
  • Roberto Escamilla Garduño
  • Juan Carlos Muñoz
  • Pedro Torres
Creative director(s) Sandra Cortez
Starring
Theme music composer
  • Kiko Campos
  • Gloria Aura
Opening theme "Corona de lágrimas" by Cristian Castro
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 111
Production
Executive producer(s) José Alberto Castro
Producer(s)
  • Ernesto Hernández
  • Fausto Sáinz
Cinematography
  • Narciso Ramón Colunga
  • Bernardo Nájera
Editor(s)
  • Arturo Rodríguez
  • Héctor Flores
  • Juan Ordóñez
Camera setup Multi-camera
Production company(s) Televisa
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original release September 24, 2012 (2012-09-24) – February 24, 2013 (2013-02-24)

Corona de Lágrimas (Crown of Tears[1]) is a 2012 Mexican telenovela produced by José Alberto Castro for Televisa. It is a remake of Corona de Lágrimas, produced in 1965 and starring Prudencia Grifell and Jorge Lavat.

Victoria Ruffo, Africa Zavala, and Mané de la Parra star as the protagonists,[2] while Adriana Louvier, Ernesto Laguardia,[3] Martha Julia[4] and Alejandro Nones star as the antagonists.

Plot[edit]

When Refugio and his three children, Patricio, Edmundo and Ignacio are thrown from their home, by chance of destiny they arrive at the city of Mexico, where they initiate a new life. Eighteen years later, they find themselves established in a small apartment in a popular area. She has a modest job, and although she has serious eye problems, she does not take care of her health by attending to the needs of her children. Patricio studies Laws and dreams of a comfortable and prosperous future; Edmundo studied Medicine and is a bright but undisciplined student, and Ignacio was only able to finish high school because he works in a mechanic's workshop, because he helps his mother to pay the expenses of the house and the studies of his brothers.

Patricio has become a boyfriend of Lucero, daughter of Julieta, who hosted them when they arrived in the city, but soon after, he rejects her when he meets Olga, a fickle girl whose fortune dazzles him, which leads him to be ashamed of his family And to lie about their origin, even going so far as to deny their mother. Olga begins to doubt the lies of Patricio, reason why it spies and it discovers that lives very modestly. Exposed, he lies to her again telling her that Refugio was her nanny, and because she has a mental illness, she has to take care of her. She admires him for charity. Refugio tries in vain to make Patricio understand that with Olga he will never be happy. On the other hand, Edmundo begins to court Lucero, unintentionally hurting Ignacio, who loves her in secret.

Olga asks her father, the lawyer Romulo Ancira, to employ Patricio in his law firm. As the father is fed up with the whims of the daughter, he agrees and soon announces his commitment to marriage. As a result of his wedding, Patricio moves away completely from his mother and his brothers. When Refugio tries to approach Olga to recover the affection of its son, only receives humiliations; This causes disputes between Edmundo and Ignacio.

Patricio finds out that his father is not the same as that of his brothers; Accuses his mother of being unfaithful and demands that she never come back to him. As a result, Refugio falls into a severe depression that leads her to lose her job and aggravates her loss of sight.

Neither Edmundo nor Ignacio seem to be able to comfort her, but they intend to get her out; Edmundo, looking for easy money with an illegal business, and Ignacio, in debt. Edmundo soon falls in jail and the situation is aggravated when Ignacio goes to Patricio to ask him to defend it before the law and this one refuses.

The marriage life of Patricio and Olga is a disaster, and she comes to so much jealousy Patricio that, by attempting to blackmail him, commits suicide, with which the world of luxury and comfort of Patricio collapses.

When the man who ruined the life of Refugio and his children crosses into their lives by chance, Patricio learns the truth of his origin and the efforts of his mother in spite of adversity. The pain of his own failures, has overcome the arrogance of Patricio, who begs Refugio to forgive him and agrees to defend his brother, after which he recovers the family harmony.

Cast[edit]

Starring[edit]

Also starring[edit]

  • Lola Merino as Mercedes Ancira
  • Martha Julia as Flor Escutia
  • Arturo Carmona as Apolinar Pantoja
  • Juan Carlos Casasola as Benjamín Aguilar
  • Amairani as Ericka
  • Raquel Garza as Martina Durán
  • Erika García as Magos
  • Ulises de la Torre as Agustín Galindo
  • Mauricio García as Raúl Cervantes
  • Felipe Nájera as Marco Cervantes
  • Fabiola Guajardo as Norma
  • Axel Ricco as El Pollo
  • Elizabeth Guindi as Aurora Cervantes
  • Ilithya Manzanilla as Sandra Cervantes
  • Cassandra Sánchez Navarro as Chelito Durán

Recurring[edit]

Special guest[edit]

  • Alejandro Ávila as Baldomero Chavero
  • Javier Ruán as Isaías Requena
  • Juan Peláez as Eliseo Marrufo

Production[edit]

Production of the series beginning on August 6, 2012.[5][6]The series was filmed in several places of Acapulco, Zacatecas and Tijuana.[7][8][9]

Repercussion[edit]

Evita Muñoz reacted to the telenovela saying that it had nothing to do with the version produced in 1965; The actress commented that Victoria Ruffo should not have been chosen as the protagonist, because in the original version the actress was a little older.[10]

Sequel[edit]

Victoria Ruffo has been set to reprise her role as Refugio Chavero in a sequel to "Corona de Lágrimas." The Televisa producer, José Alberro "El Güero" Castro, confirmed the news via his Instagram account. "The story continues, 'Los Chavero'. Coming soon," he wrote alongside a picture of Ruffo and her three sons in the telenovela. The three guys that will also reprise their roles as the Chavero brothers are Alejandro Nones, Mané de la Parra and José María Torre. There is no word on when production will commence or when it will air on television. See the picture down below and tell us what you think of the news.[11]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated Result
2013 31st TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela.[12][13][14] José Alberto Castro Nominated
Best Lead Actrees Victoria Ruffo Won
Best Co-Star Actress África Zavala Nominated
Best Male Revelation Axel Ricco Won
Best Female Revelation Cassandra Sánchez Navarro Won
Best Musical Theme "Corona de Lágrimas" by Cristian Castro Nominated
Best Direction of the Cameras Juan Carlos Muñoz and Alex Gamboa Nominated
Los Favoritos del Público 2013[15][16] Favorite Villain Adriana Louvier Nominated
The Most Beautiful Women Victoria Ruffo Nominated
The Most Handsome Guy Mane de la Parra Nominated
Favorite Slap Victoria Ruffo slapping Alejandro Nones Nominated
Favorite Finale "Corona de lágrimas" by José Alberto Castro Nominated

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