Sol de Inverno

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Sol de Inverno
Written byPedro Lopes
StarringMaria João Luís
Rita Blanco
Rogério Samora
Inês Castel-Branco
Ângelo Rodrigues
Pedro Sousa
Joana Ribeiro
Victória Guerra
Diogo Morgado
Cláudia Vieira
Country of originPortugal
Original language(s)Portuguese
Release
Original networkSIC
Original release16 September 2013 (2013-09-16) –
21 September 2014 (2014-09-21)
Chronology
Preceded byDancin' Days
Followed byMar Salgado
External links
Sol de Inverno

Sol de Inverno (Winter Sun) is a portuguese telenovela which began airing on SIC in September 2013 - September 2014.

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Sofia Ferreira Bívar, 51 years old, and her husband, Alvaro Bívar, are partners of Laura Teles de Aragon, 53 years old, and her husband Francisco, in a company that owns the BOHEME. The couples have a great friendship, working as a team, optimistic about the future of the company. They expand their brand worldwide. This harmony, however, comes to an end when Sofia and her husband are accused of stealing company money and are forced to flee the country to avoid being arrested. Laura is never related to the case, but she's the one who forges the evidence, implicating her partners, after being convinced Sofia had an affair with her husband, who dies in a water ski accident. The circumstances of what happened lead Laura to access her husband’s inbox, where she discovers multiple e-mails to Sofia, in which Francisco confesses his love for her. Laura knows that Sofia and Francisco dated when they were young, so when she sees the emails, she comes to think they were lovers, despite the fact Sofia never gave in to her ex’s approaches. Unable to overcome the jealousy and anger, she decides to fulfill a relentless punishment: contrary to the wishes of the children, she turns off the machine that connects Francisco to life and ruins Sofia’s life.

Caught unaware by accusations of fraud and on the verge of being arrested, Sofia and Álvaro find themselves forced to flee to Mozambique, where Alvaro lived during his childhood and still has many friends, leaving there family behind. In Africa, they will reconstruct their life from scratch. Sofia was always good with business, getting a Mozambican partner and opening a bakery that will grow, transforming into a chain of stores and distribution. Her husband can’t take the pressure and commits suicide. When she is finally cleared of the crime of which he was accused, she returns to Portugal to recover what she lost and what was taken away from her…with interest! The war against Laura, her former associate, is declared. The clash between these two women is about to start.

In a primarily female plot there are a handful of great women. Loaded with flaws and mistakes from the past without taking account of means of consequences, they do whatever it takes to achieve what they want. However, at the climax, there will only be room for remorse, for forgiveness and for justice.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marta Martins Silva (15 October 2013). "Rui Neto: "Podemos ser país das maravilhas"" (in Portuguese). Jornal Correio da Manhã. Retrieved 18 December 2013.