Mirada de mujer

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Mirada de mujer
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DVD poster
Genre Telenovela
Based on Señora Isabel
by Bernardo Romero Pereiro and Mónica Agudelo
Written by
  • Bernardo Romero Pereiro
  • Jimena Romero
Directed by
  • Raúl Quintanilla Matiella
  • Jorge Ríos Villanueva
  • Antonio Serrano
Creative director(s) Ariel Blanco
Starring
Theme music composer Armando Manzanero
Opening theme "Dime" by Aranza
Country of origin Mexico
Original language(s) Spanish
No. of episodes 240
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Pedro Lira
  • Marcela Mejía
  • Myrna Ojeda
Producer(s)
  • María Auxiliadora Barrios
  • Maika Bernard
  • Epigmenio Ibarra
  • Carlos Payán
  • Hernán Vera
Cinematography Jorge Medina
Editor(s) Marcos González
Camera setup Multi-camera
Production company(s) Televisión Azteca
Distributor TV Azteca Internacional
Release
Original network Azteca Trece
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Audio format Stereophonic sound
Original release June 9, 1997 (1997-06-09) – June 5, 1998 (1998-06-05)
Chronology
Followed by Mirada de mujer, el regreso
Related shows Victoria

Mirada de mujer is a Mexican telenovela premiered on Azteca Trece on June 9, 1997, and concluded on June 5, 1998.[1] Based on the Colombian drama, entitled Señora Isabel written by Bernardo Romero Pereiro and Mónica Agudelo.[2] The swho is produced by Argos Comunicación and Televisión Azteca. It stars Angélica Aragón, Ari Telch, and Fernando Luján as the titular's character.[3]

After the success obtained, later it was realized a sequel of the telenovela titled Mirada de mujer, el regreso.[2]

Synopsis[edit]

A woman stops in front of a mirror, she questions herself, inquires into the traces that her eyes have become, and what she sees paralyzes her. The reflex on the crystal tells her of a story full of dreams, full of promises, children and prosperity, but empty of passion. It's the Story of Maria Ines, a woman in her 50's, her husband, his mistress 20-years-younger, her three adult children and a man 20 years younger, who'll help her discover that there is love and life after turning 50.

That woman is María Inés. Nothing of what has occurred in her 27 years of marriage was moved by her own dreams. Her entire life has been one of dedication to her husband and children. She is fifty and her husband has found in another woman, half his age, freshness and intimacy. To his mistress he gives the vitality he thought was lost, to his wife tiredness and failure. That man is Ignacio Sanmillán. María Inés look at her present and discovers loneliness, although Paulina, her best friend encourages her to keep on living. She is surrounded by complaining grown ups (her children) and a mother that tells her she has not been capable of keeping her family together. She is Mama Lena. But Maria Ines is not alone. Someone starts looking for her. A man who is 20 years younger. This man is Alejandro Salas. Writer, father of a boy, with an enormous desire to plat life a treat, Alejandro is a man that fights for his emotions and his work against hypocrisy, falsehood or prohibition.

But María Inés is not alone in her self-discovery journey. Her best friend, the feisty and maneater Paulina, will also start to question her life and the decisions she made along the way.

To make matters worse, her three children blame her for the break-up of the marriage of hers and their father, but Life will soon show them the truth.

This is "Mirada de Mujer". An intimate story that none of us had the opportunity to view "through the keyhole". "Mirada de Mujer" is different, of the present time, its unbearable as only a mirror can be.

Theme song[edit]

The telenovela also gave rise to the song Dime written by Armando Manzanero, and sung by Aranza, which became a great hit in Mexico, Puerto Rico and Central America, and which peaked at #22 in the U.S. Hot Latin Songs Chart. To this date the song is considered a classic, and arguably one of the most important songs to come out of a telenovela, not only for its beautiful melody but also for its profound lyrics that fit the story perfectly.

The Philippine-dubbed airing however, had a different theme song, "Bakit" performed by Rachelle Ann Go.

Cast[edit]

Angélica Aragón as María Inés Domínguez de Sanmillán
Ari Telch as Alejandro Salas
Fernando Luján as Lic. Ignacio Sanmillán
Margarita Gralia as Paulina
Evangelina Elizondo as Doña Emilia Elena viuda de Domínguez 'Mamá Elena'
Verónica Langer as Rosario
María Renée Prudencioas Adriana Sanmillán
Bárbara Mori as Mónica Sanmillán
Plutarco Haza as Andrés Sanmillán
René Gatica as Francisco
Muriel Fouilland as Ivana
Álvaro Carcaño Jr as Nicolás
Olmo Araiza as Alex Salas
Carlos Torres Torrija as Marcos
Paloma Woolrich as Consuelo
Carmen Madrid as Marcela
Martha Mariana Castro as Daniela
Mariana Peñalva as Andrea
Víctor González as Fernando
Alma Rosa Añorve as Gloria
Enrique Singer as Enrique
Dora Montero as Elvia
Ana Graham as Marina
Guadalupe Noel as Doña Felisa (1997-1998)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "20 años TV Azteca: Mirada de Mujer (ESPECIAL)". aztecatrece.com/ (in Spanish). Retrieved 8 October 2017. 
  2. ^ a b "'Mirada de mujer'". teleprograma.diezminutos.es (in Spanish). Retrieved 8 October 2017. 
  3. ^ Chavarría, Alejandra. "Así se ven ahora los actores de 'Mirada de mujer'". la-saga.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 8 October 2017. 

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