Los hombres también lloran

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Los hombres también lloran
Los hombres también lloran poster.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Created byJuan Taratuto
Written by
  • Ana María Parra
Directed by
  • Laura Mora Ortega
  • Carlos Moreno
Starring
Theme music composer"Las cosas de la vida" by Carlos Vives
Country of originColombia
Original language(s)Spanish
Production
Executive producer(s)Alessandro Angulo
Production location(s)Bogotá
CinematographyAlfredo Ruiz
Release
Original networkCaracol Televisión
Picture format
Original releaseApril 21 (2015-04-21) –
July 3, 2015 (2015-07-03) [1]
Chronology
Related showsNo sos vos, soy yo (2004)

Los hombres también lloran, is a Colombian telenovela produced by Alessandro Angulo for Caracol Televisión. It is based on the Argentinian film No sos vos, soy yo produced in 2004. The telenovela premiered on April 21, 2015 on Venevisión, was first aired in Venezuela then in Colombia.[1][2]

Plot[edit]

Los hombres también lloran tells the story of Javier, a man who thought he had everything in life: being a recognized doctor who is within days of receiving his desired promotion and being married to a beautiful woman. Thrilled with their new income, the couple buys an expensive apartment, and Maria gets excited over their more luxurious lifestyle. However, their dreams of the good life are dashed. When his office is assigned to another doctor, it causes the collapse of Javier and Maria's world. They decide to start a new life in Miami. She travels first, while he stays to sell everything. The day comes for Javier to travel to Miami when he gets a call from Maria saying "Javier, don't come!".

Cast[edit]

  • Guillermo García [1] as Javier Torres
  • Carolina Gómez as María Sáenz
  • Mónica Lopera as Julia Vanegas
  • Andrés Castañeda as Luis Gómez
  • Carlos Vives as Himserlf
  • Cecilia Navia as Laura Rodríguez
  • Juan Pablo Escobar
  • Rodrigo Candamil
  • Humberto Dorado

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "En Venevisión "Los hombres también lloran"". Venevisión (in Spanish). Retrieved May 9, 2015.
  2. ^ Marienne Martinez. ""Los hombres también lloran" llega a la tele venezolana". Noticiasdiarias.com.ve/ (in Spanish). Retrieved May 9, 2015.

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