Lazos de Amor

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Lazos de amor
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Genre Telenovela
Created by Carmen Daniels
Written by
  • Carmen Daniels
  • Tere Medina
Screenplay by Carmen Daniels
Story by Jorge Lozano Soriano
Directed by
Starring
Theme music composer José Cantoral
Opening theme "Lazos de amor" performed by Lucero
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 100
Production
Executive producer(s) Carla Estrada
Producer(s) Arturo Lorca
Cinematography
  • Isabel Basurto
  • Alejandro Frutos
Editor(s)
  • Juan Franco
  • Antonio Trejo
Camera setup Multi-camera
Production company(s) Televisa
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Picture format NTSC (480i)
First shown in Mexico
Original release 2 October 1995 (1995-10-02) – 23 February 1996 (1996-02-23)
Chronology
Preceded by La dueña
Followed by Morir dos veces
Related shows Tres veces Ana

Lazos de amor (English title: Τies of love) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carla Estrada for Televisa in 1995.[1]

The series stars Lucero as María Fernanda / María Paula / María Guadalupe and Luis José Santander as Nicolás .

Plot[edit]

The story centers around María Guadalupe, María Paula and María Fernanda, identical triplets (all played by Lucero) with non-identical, complex personalities. When they all were very young, they were victims of a car accident that killed their parents.

As a result of the accident, María Guadalupe is presumed dead when she disappears after falling into a river. Instead, she suffers from amnesia and forgets she has a family and two sisters. Ana Salas, who is going through a tragedy coping with her own mother's death, raises María Guadalupe as her own, even after becoming aware of her true identity.

María Fernanda is a sweet girl who hopes to find her sister, but as a result of the accident is left blind. María Paula is different from her sisters in that she's glamorous, selfish and extremely jealous; however, she also harbors a devastating secret about the accident.

After an illness brings María Guadalupe and Ana to México City, María Guadalupe falls in love with Nicolás, a cab driver and good-hearted man, who had just moved to México to live with his grandmother. Living in fear that someone may recognize her daughter, Ana restricts María Guadalupe's actions. But Nicolás's grandmother learns Ana's secret without saying a word.

The girls' grandmother Mercedes and their uncle Eduardo have been searching for missing María Guadalupe for years, and the story inches closer and closer to the revelation of the truth as the ties of love eventually draw the three sisters together, weaving through the lives of those that surround them in unexpected ways.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Lucero as María Guadalupe /María Paula /María Fernanda Rivas Iturbe /Laura Iturbe (Triplets' mother)
  • Luis José Santander as Nicolás Miranda

Recurring[edit]

Guest stars[edit]

Controversial ending[edit]

In the final episode, Maria Paula locks her sisters up in the storage room of the mansion and holds them hostage. As their uncle Eduardo tries to rescue them, Maria Paula shoots him dead. There is an apparent off-screen melee, as both Maria Guadalupe and Maria Fernanda emerge from the room relatively unscathed, while Maria Paula is rolled out in a body bag along with Eduardo. Maria Guadalupe and Nicolas have a typical novela wedding. In the final scene, Maria Guadalupe and Nicolas are in a hotel room on their honeymoon, going through a photo album. They share one last kiss. When the camera zooms into Maria Guadalupe's face, she rubs her eyebrow with her pinky finger, which was Maria Paula's trademark idiosyncratic habit, leaving fans to wonder whether it was Maria Paula or Maria Guadalupe who died in the scuffle. To this day, it is still a favorite debate among fans of the show. However, it was a very surprising and controversial telenovela ending for its time.[citation needed]

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1996 14th TVyNovelas Awards[2] Best Telenovela of the Year Carla Estrada Won
Best Actress Lucero
Best Actor Luis José Santander
Best Leading Actress Marga López
Silvia Derbez Nominated
Best Leading Actor Guillermo Murray
Best Supporting Actress Maty Huitrón
Best Supporting Actor Otto Sirgo Won
Best Young Lead Actress Karla Talavera Nominated
Best Male Revelation Juan Manuel Bernal
Orlando Miguel
Launching Male
Best Musical Theme "Lazos de amor"
Best Direction of the Camaras Isabel Basurto
Alejandro Frutos
Won
Best Direction Miguel Córcega
Mónica Miguel
6th Eres Awards[3] Best Telenovela Lazos de Amor
Best Actress Lucero
29th Diosa de Plata Awards[4] Best Telenovela Lazos de Amor
Best Actress Lucero
Aplauso Awards
31st El Heraldo Awards[5][A]
Premios Especiales Best Telenovela Carla Estrada
Best Actress Lucero
Best Villain
Best Actor Luis José Santander
Best Leading Actress Marga López

Album[edit]

Lazos de amor
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Soundtrack album by Lucero
Released 1995 (1995)
Recorded 1995
Genre Pop
Label Melody
Lucero chronology
Siempre Contigo
(1995)
Lazos de Amor
(1996)
Piel de Ángel
(1997)
Singles from Siempre Contigo
  1. "Lazos de Amor"

Due to the telenovela's success, Televisa published a soundtrack, which included previously released songs by Lucero as well as three versions of the theme song of the series.

# Title Written by Time
1. "Lazos de Amor" José Cantoral 3:24
2. "Lazos de amor (Instrumental Sax.)" Rafael Pérez Botija 4:20
3. "Volvamos a empezar" Rafael Pérez Botija 3:44
4. "Lazos de amor (Reggae)" Rafael Pérez Botija 2:50
5. "Dejame Ir (Remix Radio)" Rafael Pérez Botija 4:57
6. "Como perro al sol" Rafael Pérez Botija 4:44
7. "Caso perdido" J.R. Flores and C. Valle 3:23
8. "Sobreviviré" Rafael Pérez Botija 3:18
9. "Los parientes pobres" Rafael Pérez Botija 4:05
10. "24 horas" Rafael Pérez Botija 3:55
11. "Siempre contigo" Rafael Pérez Botija 4:09

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lazos de Amor" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on August 5, 2011. Retrieved March 17, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Amores que hicieron época: Historia de los Premios TVyNovelas - Historia de los Premios TVyNovelas" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 16 November 2007. 
  3. ^ LUCERO recibe premio eres por mejor actriz 1996 las nominadas son (in Spanish). 13 February 2010 – via YouTube. 
  4. ^ "Vigésima Novena Entrega". Archived from the original on 12 April 2013. 
  5. ^ Lucero Maria Guadalupe Maria Paula en Premios Heraldo (in Spanish). 2 June 2008 – via YouTube. 

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