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La mentira (1998 TV series)

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La mentira
La mentira 1998 tv series poster.jpg
GenreTelenovela
Created byCaridad Bravo Adams
Written by
  • Nora Alemán
  • Martín Támez
  • René Borbolla
  • Alejandra León de la Barra
Directed by
  • Sergio Cataño
  • Rafael Estebán
  • Claudio Reyes Rubio
Starring
Opening theme"Me voy a quitar de en medio"
by Vicente Fernández
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes100
Production
Executive producerCarlos Sotomayor
ProducerRafael Urióstegui
Production locations
Cinematography
  • Armando Zafra
  • Marco Rodríguez
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time41-44 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Picture formatNTSC
Original releaseJuly 13 (1998-07-13) –
November 27, 1998 (1998-11-27)
Chronology
Preceded byRencor apasionado
Followed byÁngela

La Mentira (Lit. title: The Lie / International title: Twisted Lies) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carlos Sotomayor for Televisa.[1] The telenovela aired on Canal de las Estrellas from July 13, 1998 to November 27, 1998. It is an adaptation of the 1965 telenovela of the same name.

It stars Kate del Castillo, Guy Ecker, Karla Álvarez, Salvador Pineda, Rosa María Bianchi, Sergio Basáñez, Eric del Castillo, and Blanca Guerra.

Plot

Demetrio Azunsolo arrives in a small remote village outside Mexico where his beloved half-brother, Ricardo Platas, used to live and run a tequila plantation, only to find out that the latter has just committed suicide, after being betrayed by a selfish, greedy woman.

Little by little, and thanks to the village inhabitants - who at first are hostile towards him but then become his friends - Demetrio puts together the pieces of the puzzle that led to the tragedy.

The clues bring him to Mexico City, in the villa of a wealthy family, the Fernandez-Negrete's who are the owners of the FERNE Bank, one of the most important banks in Mexico, where Ricardo had spent some time in the past as a trusted worker.

According to the info he has in hand, in that house lives the woman who is the cause of Ricardo's suicide. Demetrio meets two young women there, both nieces of the family: the innocent and fragile Virginia Fernandez-Negrete and the dynamic and self-confident Verónica Fernandez-Negrete.

Not sure who of them is the guilty one, Demetrio gets trapped in a series of co-incidences and sly gossip and ends up believing in the end that the woman he is looking for is Verónica.

Once ascertained, he puts to practice his plan for revenge. He flirts with Verónica, seduces her and makes her fall in love with him so as to marry him. After the wedding, he practically abducts her and brings her to the small remote village where Ricardo ended his life, decides to make her life a misery and take revenge for his brother's death.

Little does he know that he, as well as Verónica, are in fact victims of someone whose angel face hides a demonic soul and who actually was the one responsible for Ricardo's suicide.

When he finds out, it seems that all is lost as Verónica abandons him because he doesn't trust her and instead has been taken in by gossip and deception; so he must struggle to regain her love. In the end, love wins, but not without cost.

Cast

Main

Recurring

  • Mayrin Villanueva as Nicole Belot
  • José Antonio Ferral as Natalicio Gómez "Don Nato"
  • Claudia Eliza Aguilar as Gildarda
  • Vanessa Arias as Beatriz "Betty"
  • Gabriela Arroyo as Maruquita
  • Antonio de la Vega as Pepe Martínez
  • Vicente Herrera as Mauricio Pérez
  • Gustavo Negrete as Carlos
  • Rodrigo Abed as Ricardo Platas
  • Alex Trillanes as Marcos
  • Claudia Troyo as Irazema
  • Audrey Vera as Karla
  • Sergio Reynoso as Licenciado Ernesto Saucedo
  • Liza Willert as Señora Gilbert
  • Carmela Masso as Chona
  • Eugenia Avendaño as Guadalupe de Martínez
  • Alexandra Monterrubio as Julia
  • Miguel Ángel Biaggio as Waiter

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee Result
1999 17th TVyNovelas Awards Best Telenovela Carlos Sotomayor Nominated
Best Original Story or Adaptation Nora Alemán Won
Best Antagonist Actress Karla Álvarez Nominated
Best Leading Actress Rosa Maria Bianchi
Best Leading Actor Eric del Castillo
Best Supporting Actor Sergio Basáñez
Best Young Lead Actress Kate del Castillo
Best Young Lead Actor Guy Ecker Won
Best Writer Rocío Vélez
Best Decor Rosalba Santoyo
Latin ACE Awards Best Scenic Program Carlos Sotomayor
Best Director Sergio Cataño
Bravo Awards Best Actress Kate del Castillo
Best Actor Guy Ecker
Best Adaptation Nora Alemán
Califa de Oro Awards Best Performance Aarón Hernán

References

  1. ^ "La Mentira" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on September 11, 2011. Retrieved April 10, 2016.

External links

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