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Aquelarre (TV series)

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GenreSerial drama
Created byHugo Morales
Screenplay byHugo Morales
Fernando Aragón
Arnaldo Madrid
Nona Fernández
Directed byMaría Eugenia Rencoret
Víctor Huerta
StarringÁlvaro Escobar
Sigrid Alegría
Bastián Bodenhöfer
Álvaro Rudolphy
Opening theme"Tierra de Mujeres" by Douglas
Country of originChile
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes103
Executive producerPablo Ávila
ProducerVania Portilla
Camera setupMultiple-camera
Running time45–50 minutes
Production companyTelevisión Nacional de Chile
Original networkTVN
TV Chile
Picture formatNTSC
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseAugust 4 (1999-08-04) –
December 29, 1999 (1999-12-29)
Preceded byLa fiera
Followed byRomané

Aquelarre (lit: Witches' Sabbath) is a Chilean television drama series created by Hugo Morales and directed by María Eugenia Rencoret, and Víctor Huertathat originally aired on Television Nacional de Chile (TVN) and TV Chile from August 4, to December 29, 1999.


This is a love story between Emilia (Sigrid Alegría) and Juan Pablo (Álvaro Rudolphy) who are members of two feuding families. This TV series is inspired by The House of Bernarda Alba chronicles which talk of the occurrence of a strange event. Aquelarre is located in central Chile. For the past thirty years only females are born amongst the town's inhabitants, no male has been born within its boundaries. All men are thirty or more and those with less have come from outside of town.

Three families control everything. Elena Vergara (Coca Guazzini) is a chemist who has developed a substance that prevents the birth of males.

She has a son, Juan Pablo, who lives in Holland and has arrived back in town and he suffering from leukemia. He falls in love with Emilia, daughter of Bernardita (Maricarmen Arrigorriaga), the Elena's archenemy.

Emilia has had to take over her late father's work, also maintaining the upkeep of the house and sisters. All of her sisters have male names as her parents has always wished for a son.

This family is only composed bu women, each has a very particular characteristic. Rodolfa (Patricia Rivadeneira) has gone insane after her boyfriend Pepe Romano dumped her. Eduarda (Claudia Burr) who cannot control her passion for Toro Mardones (Francisco Pérez-Bannen), sweet Gustava (Paola Volpato) is a local school teacher and the rude Ricarda (Yuyuniz Navas).

The home of Bernardita is a refuge for women Fernando (Edgardo Bruna) it is of men. Divorced three women has a child with each of them.

The phenomenon that makes women born Ignacio Pastene (Bastian Bodenhöfer), a renowned geneticist, is to live in the village to investigate the phenomenon. There is reunited with Silvana (Catalina Guerra), a woman who never wanted to see in your life.


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This page was last edited on 20 January 2022, at 20:47
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