Palabra de mujer (TV series)

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Palabra de mujer
Palabra postcard mujer.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Romance
Drama
Created byNené Cascallar
Written byJesús Calzada
Gabriel Briceño
Alejandro Pohlenz
Janely Lee
Vanesa Varela
Directed byBenjamín Cann
Eric Morales
Salvador Sánchez
StarringEdith González
Yadhira Carrillo
Ludwika Paleta
Lidia Ávila
Juan Soler
Opening themeElla performed by Bebe
Country of originMexico
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of episodes145
Production
Executive producer(s)José Alberto Castro
Producer(s)Ernesto Hernández
Fausto Sáinz
Production location(s)Filming
Televisa San Ángel
Mexico City, Mexico
Locations
Mexico City, Mexico
CinematographyErnesto Arreola
Lino Adrián Gama Esquinca
Karlos Velázquez
Carlos Sánchez Ross
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
Production company(s)Televisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture formatNTSC
Audio formatDolby Digital 5.1
Original releaseOctober 22, 2007 (2007-10-22) – May 9, 2008 (2008-05-09)
Chronology
Preceded byAmor sin Maquillaje
Followed byQuerida Enemiga
Related showsEl amor tiene cara de mujer (1971-1973)
Principessa (1984-1986)

Palabra de mujer (English: A Woman's Word) is a Mexican telenovela produced by José Alberto Castro for Televisa in 2007.[1] Is a remake of Mexican telenovelas El amor tiene cara de mujer and Principessa.

On Monday, October 22, 2007, Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Palabra de mujer weekdays at 6:00pm, replacing Amor sin maquillaje. The last episode was broadcast on ended on Friday, May 9, 2008 with Querida enemiga replacing it the following day.

Edith González, Yadhira Carrillo, Ludwika Paleta, Lidia Ávila, Juan Soler, Alejandro de la Madrid, Rafael Puente Jr. and Lisardo starred as protagonists, while Cynthia Klitbo, Víctor Noriega and Agustín Arana starred as antagonists.

Plot[edit]

Palabra de Mujer follows the interconnected lives of four women from varied social backgrounds in Mexico City: Vanesa, Fernanda, Paulina and Matilde, all of whom work for a production company that is producing a television talk show that shares the same name as the series.

The plot begins as Vanesa approaches a female Friend, Delia, to help her establish a production company to produce quality programming for women with Fernanda, Paulina, Matilde and Irmita supporting the business venture. The television program they seek to produce becomes the motivation that Vanesa needs to rebuild her life after Julian, her husband of 22 years, left her for a younger woman. Vanesa lives with her two children, Clara and Emiliano, who are ignorant of the fact that many of the marital woes experienced by their mother and father were because they lost their first son 20 years earlier while vacationing in Spain. Since Neither Vanesa nor Julian have never truly recovered the loss of their first son, their separation has proven even more painful as it has served as a reminder of their past tragedy. Early in the story, Martin, a life long friend of Vanesa's becomes an enduring source of love and support for her, hardening tensions between herself and Clara, who is still lovingly devoted to her father.

Paulina, on the other hand, has had a relatively easy life considering she was raised in a wealthy family. However, she is still troubled at her parents' recent divorce. Though she is single and living with her embittered Aunt, her life changes dramatically when she pardons her father and moves to live with he and his new wife, Flora. She is welcomed enthusiastically by her new stepmother, but quickly finds that her stepbrother Adrián is less than enthusiastic about her, which is due primarily to the fact that he has a growing distrust of her father. The two eventually put tensions aside as they find they share more than contempt for one another, and the flames of passion ignite.

Fernanda lives alone with her teenage daughter, Bety, who also serves as her mother's best friend. Fernanda's Husband Emanuel, Bety's father, left her to marry a wealthier woman. However, Fernanda's luck changes when she meets Hernán, a rugged adventurer with lingering commitment issues. Though he has lived life by his own rules, he strives to make a new life with her.

Matilde is the creative genius who, though she hails from humbler origins (her father is a mechanic and her mother works in the market), balances her new professional life with her recent marriage to Robert, Delia's son. The series roughly follows the balance between the personal and professional lives of the four main characters. A common plot device in the program is how the women leverage professional success to gain control of personal lives that have spiraled out of control.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Supporting[edit]

  • Dalilah Polanco as Irma López
  • Otto Sirgo as Mariano Álvarez y Junco
  • Yula Pozo as Doña Rosa de Solano
  • Roberto Ballesteros as Genaro Arreola
  • Julio Bracho as Germán Mondragón
  • Monserrat Oliver as Monserrat
  • Claudia Godinez as Gina San Román
  • Jessica Coch as María Inés Castrejón
  • Margarita Isabel as Consuelo Perfecta Vda. de Ibarra
  • Irma Lozano as Carlota Navarro Vda. Álvarez y Junco
  • Salvador Sánchez as Don Guadalupe "Lupe" Solano
  • Amairani as Sonia de San Román
  • Jacqueline Voltaire as Flora Navarro de Álvarez y Junco
  • Eugenio Cobo as Armando Longoria
  • Dolores Salomon "Bodokito" as Benita
  • Miguel Loyo as Ismael Solano
  • Antonio de la Vega as Saúl
  • Carolina Jaramillo as Tamara
  • Kendra Santacruz as Clara Medina Noriega
  • Natalia Telléz as Beatriz "Bety" Ortiz
  • Osvaldo de León as Ariel Castellanos
  • Alberich as Emiliano Medina Noriega
  • Alejandro Nones as Octavio Longoria
  • Úrsula Montserrat as Silvia Longoria
  • Daniel Berlanga as Jorge "Danny" Medina Noriega
  • Jéssica Mas as Mireya Aranda
  • Roxana Rojo de la Vega as Erika Valtierra

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2009 27th TVyNovelas Awards Best Actor Juan Soler Nominated
Best Antagonist Actress Cynthia Klitbo
Best Co-lead Actor Agustín Arana
Best Male Revelation Osvaldo de León

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Palabra de mujer". filmaffinity.com. Retrieved October 22, 2007.

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