Heridas de amor

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Heridas de amor
Genre Telenovela
Romance
Drama
Created by Nora Alemán
Written by José Enrique Jiménez
Guillermo Quezada
María Auxilio Salado
Directed by Sergio Cataño
Starring Guy Ecker
Jacqueline Bracamontes
Sergio Sendel
Diana Bracho
Enrique Lizalde
Theme music composer Jorge Avendano
Ricardo Montaner
Opening theme Heridas de Amor by Ricardo Montaner
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 125
Production
Executive producer(s) Roberto Hernández Vázquez
Producer(s) Liliana Cuesta Aguirre
Location(s) Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Locations
Tabasco (Tapijulapa, Comalcalco, Teapa), Mexico
Villahermosa, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Cinematography Carlos Sánchez Zúñiga
Armando Zafra
Editor(s) Juan Franco
Luis Horacio Valdes
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 41-44 minutes
Production company(s) Televisa
Distributor Televisa
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format 480i SDTV
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1
Original release April 3 – September 22, 2006
Chronology
Preceded by Peregrina
Followed by Las dos caras de Ana
Related shows Valeria y Maximiliano (1991)

Heridas de amor (English title: Wounds of love)[1] is a Mexican telenovela produced by Roberto Hernández Vázquez for Televisa in 2006.[2] It is a remake of the telenovela Valeria y Maximiliano.[3]

On April 3, 2006, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Heridas de amor weekdays at 5:00pm, replacing Peregrina. The last episode was broadcast on September 22, 2006 with Las dos caras de Ana replacing it the following day.

Jacqueline Bracamontes[4] and Guy Ecker[5] starred as protagonists, while Diana Bracho[6] and Sergio Sendel starred as antagonists.

Plot[edit]

Miranda San Llorente is a modern, spirited young woman who seems to have it all: beauty, wealth, and a loving heart. Her millionaire father, Gonzalo San Llorente, has placed his hopes on her as his successor because, of his three daughters, it is she who most resembles him in drive and character. Florencia, the eldest, suffers from a heart condition that is driving her to an early grave, and the youngest, Renata, is a spoiled, irresponsible teenager.

Miranda's thoughts are on her upcoming wedding. Her fiancé, Fabricio Beltrán, is soon to return from Germany, where he studied for his Doctor´s degree. But Miranda does not suspect that Fabricio is not coming back to marry her, but her sister Florencia. Bertha de Aragón, her maternal aunt, deliberately brought the two young lovers together out of pure spite, to hurt Miranda, whom she has never been able to manipulate because the girl is not deceived by her aunt’s pretense of kindness. Miranda is a constant reminder of the woman Bertha hates the most, her own sister Fernanda de Aragón.

Fabricio arrives with his friend Alejandro Luque, who believes Gonzalo murdered his father and is intent on seeking revenge. But his mind will be in turmoil when he meets Miranda. He will fall in love for the first time in his life, and this feeling clashes with his desire for vengeance. Miranda, too, is struck by an attraction she cannot understand, and in their love-hate relationship, they will hurt each other and learn the meaning of sweet sorrow.

Gonzalo’s business goes bankrupt due to the mismanagement of César, who is Fabricio's brother and Bertha's accomplice. Gonzalo goes to jail and Miranda must find a way to rebuild not only the family fortune, but the family itself, including her mother Fernanda, who left years ago because of Bertha's gossip and underhandedness. Also, Miranda and Alejandro will have to overcome the barriers between them, set by César, who loves her, and Bertha, who fell in love with Alejandro at first sight. In this struggle of feelings and passion, of power and pride, Miranda and Alejandro will discover that only those who cause them, can heal the "Wounds of Love".[7]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Also main[edit]

  • Íngrid Martz as Renata San Llorente de Aragón
  • Grettell Valdéz as Pamela Altamirano Villamil
  • José Luis Reséndez as Fabricio Beltrán Campuzano
  • Ernesto D'Alessio as Juan Jiménez García
  • José Elías Moreno as Francisco Jiménez
  • Beatriz Moreno as Amparo Jiménez
  • Ricardo Blume as Leonardo Altamirano
  • Lourdes Munguía as Daira Lemans
  • Rosángela Balbó as Rebeca Campuzano Vda. de Beltrán
  • Jan as Luciano Sartori
  • Luis Couturier as Julio Bustamante
  • María Prado as Tomasa Aguirre
  • Héctor Sáez as Dr. Benjamín Cohen
  • Luis Xavier as Román Álvarez
  • Alicia del Lago as Natividad "Nati"
  • Carlos Pérez as Elías "Sansón" Mondragón
  • Frantz Cossío as Ángel Bustamante
  • Haydée Navarra as Carola Molinar
  • Karina Mora as Lizania Luque Lemans
  • Lina Durán as Andrea Villamil
  • Marcelo Córdoba as Daniel Bustamante
  • Pablo Bracho as Luis Alberto Campos
  • Paola Riquelme as Erika Duarte
  • Rodrigo Tejeda as Raúl Jiménez García
  • Rubén Morales as Vicente Mercado
  • Susy Lu as Verónica Ontiveros
  • Toño Mora as Joel Jiménez García
  • Vanessa Arias as Nuria Gómez
  • Karla Álvarez as Florencia San Llorente de Aragón

Special participation[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2006 25th TVyNovelas Awards[9] Best Telenovela of the Year Heridas de amor Nominated
Best Actress Jacqueline Bracamontes
Best Actor Guy Ecker
Best Antagonist Actor Sergio Sendel
Best Leading Actress Diana Bracho
Best Leading Actor Enrique Lizalde
Best Co-lead Actress Karla Álvarez
Íngrid Martz
Best Co-lead Actor José Elías Moreno
José Luis Reséndez
Best Direction Sergio Cataño
Best Musical Theme Ricardo Montaner
Premios Bravo Best Actress Diana Bracho Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wounds of Love". televisainternacional. Retrieved July 11, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Wounds of love" (in Spanish). filmaffinity.com. Retrieved April 3, 2006. 
  3. ^ "Guy Ecker protagoniza nueva novela de Televisa". nacion.com. Retrieved April 1, 2006. 
  4. ^ "Jacqueline Bracamontes será la protagonista de 'Heridas de Amor'". todotnv.com. Retrieved March 3, 2006. 
  5. ^ "Guy Ecker regresa a las telenovelas". todotnv.com. Retrieved March 2, 2006. 
  6. ^ "Diana Bracho será la villana en melodrama de Roberto Hernández". cronica.com. Retrieved February 17, 2006. 
  7. ^ "Heridas de amor – Televisa (2006)". todotnv.com. Retrieved August 25, 2009. 
  8. ^ "Susana González, la tercera en discordia en Heridas de amor". cronica.com. Retrieved July 31, 2006. 
  9. ^ "Llegan los premios TvyNovelas 2007 ¿Quién serán los triunfadores?". todotnv.com. Retrieved November 14, 2007. 

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