Harina de otro costal

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Harina de Otro Costal
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Genre Telenovela
Created by Venevisión
Written by Mónica Montañés
Directed by Carlos Izquierdo
Starring Daniela Bascopé
Chistian McGaffney
Carlos Mata
Mimi Lazo
Mayra Alejandra
Basilio Álvarez
Sabrina Seara
Adrián Delgado
Opening theme "El odio y el amor" by Guaco
Country of origin Venezuela
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 60 [1]
Executive producer(s) Consuelo Delgado
Producer(s) Thais Campos
Production company(s) Venevisión
Distributor Venevisión International
Original channel Venevisión
Original release April 7 – June 23, 2010
Preceded by Tomasa Tequiero
Followed by La mujer perfecta

Harina de Otro Costal (Another Matter) is a Venezuelan telenovela produced by and shown on Venevisión and Venevisión Continental in 2010. This telenovela, written by Mónica Montañés[2] is a free version of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

Daniela Bascopé and Chistian Mc Gaffney[3][4] star in the roles of Valentina and Victor respectively. Sabrina Seara and Adrián Delgado also appear.

The telenovela was premiered on April 7, 2010.[5]


Valentina Fernández (Daniela Bascopé) is a young woman born into a high class family. She is the daughter of Don Aniceto who started a bakery with his best friend Don Plutarco, the father of Victor Hernández (Chistian McGaffney). Both families are now at war due to the appearance of Santos (Ivan Tamayo) a greedy man who carried on an affair with both their wives in secret. However, in the midst of this conflict, a pure love develops between Valentina and Victor, but their love not only has to face the challenge of the feud between their families, but the interference of Cándida (Sabrina Seara), a young virgin who is determined to get married to Victor, and Calipe (Adrián Delgado), a selfish man who is determined to woo Valentina at whatever cost[6][7]



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