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Lo Mejor De Angelica Rivera: Destilando Amor / Huracan
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(May 10, 2011)
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November 15, 2011
I'm writing just a quick personal review of this 'Telenovela' in itself a term unknown to me a month ago. I'm English,living in England although I have lived in France for thirteen years, and have watched mainly English/American, French, Italian or German and Scandinavian T.V. Series DVD's like Mad Men, Morse, Montalbano and Wallander etc. so it was with some trepidation I ordered this from Amazon U.S. I know no Spanish, so sub-titles were essential. However after being a little startled at the Latin dramatics [Mexican Latins seem more expressive than say French or Italian-who are usually portrayed as world weary, and of course Germans, Scandinavians and us British who are as you will know more reserved and controlled. But oddly 'Destilando Amor' was strangely addictive, the main protagonists I thought superb, the actress Angelica Rivera was adorable, showing vulnerability, strength, playfulness, and commitment. She was believable in a sometimes [let's face it unbelievable plot] the Mexicans clearly want to show the 'Attractive' side of their country and why not? it looked stunning. The actors [female] always expertly made up, and so were the men! The lead male was goodness personified, his nemesis; his cousin was a bit too evil. I was always looking forward to renewing my acquaintance with 'Gaviota' and 'Rodrigo' in the evenings with this DVD, and was actually a bit sad when it came to an end. I did'nt know Mexicans actually made T.V. Series let alone ones that would appeal to us 'Northern Europeans' with their warmth and exuberance shining through. Yes, I shall miss Gaviota!
Steve. H. [U.K.]
Steve. H. [U.K.]