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Lejana como el viento

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Lejana como el viento
GenreTelenovela
Created byLaura Visconti
César Sierra
Directed byLuis Manzo
StarringZair Montes
Ricardo Bianchi
Henry Soto
Elluz Peraza
Opening theme"Lejana como el viento" by José Antonio Berdell[1]
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes109 [2]
Production
Executive producerMiguel Angel Villasmil
Production locationVenezuela
CinematographySalvador Canmarata
EditorManuel Fraiz Grijalba
Production companyVenevisión
DistributorVenevisión International
Release
Original networkVenevisión
Original release2002 (2002) –
2002 (2002)

Lejana como el viento (Distant like the wind) is a Venezuelan telenovela produced by Laura Visconti Productions and broadcast on Venevisión in 2001. The telenovela was written by Laura Visconti and stars Zair Montes and Ricardo Bianchi as the main protagonists[3] while Henry Soto, Elluz Peraza and Arnaldo André star as the main antagonists.

Plot

Eugenia is eagerly planning her impending wedding to Edmundo, and her friends Fernando, Ramiro and Efrain are surprised at the news and her happy for her as they help in the wedding preparations. However, Eugenia's happiness will be cut short when she discovers a young woman locked up in the basement of Edmundo's home. Eugenia quickly alerts Ramiro who is a police officer about the existence of the secret woman. But Edmundo discovers about it and covers his track before the lady is discovered, and he murders Eugenia. Fernando, Ramiro and Efrain swear to get revenge for the death of their friend. After careful investigation, they eventually find the young woman who is Alejandra Santacruz who has been kept captive for 10 years. Alejandra has lot her memory and her touch with reality. The three men decide to protect her because Eugenia died while trying to save her.

Alejandra stands at the center of a deep family conspiracy. After her rescue, she is taken to the foundation run by Victoria, Fernando's mother. But what no one knows is that Edmundo has been blackmailing Victoria for years because she is responsible for killing Nicolas Santacruz, Alejandra's father. Edmundo extorted money from Victoria for the care of Alejandra, and every month, she received a picture of Alejandra. Fernando develops a close relationship with Alejandra as the young troubled woman seems to only respond to him. Efrain, a psychologist, begins Alejandra's rehabilitation, and he falls in love with her. But Alejandra has already fallen in love with Fernando, thereby forming a love triangle.

Eventually, Victoria discovers Alejandra's existence, and she plans various intrigues involving her husband Jorge who is the mastermind behind Alejandra's kidnapping. Now, the only person who can confront them is Felix de Valle, Alejandra's godfather.[4][5]

Cast

  • Zair Montes - Alejandra Santacruz
  • Ricardo Bianchi - Fernando Bustamante
  • Elluz Peraza - Victoria de Bustamante
  • José Bardina - Félix del Valle
  • Arnaldo André - Jorge Bustamante
  • Rafael Romero - Ramiro Malavé
  • Henry Soto - Edmundo Mavares
  • Esperanza Magaz - Cruz
  • Raúl Xiqués - Linares
  • Javier Varcárcel - Efraín Rivero
  • Karina Orozco - América
  • José Vieira - Marcelo
  • Lourdes Martínez - Mildred
  • Esther Orjuela - Zuleima
  • Cristina Obín - Gladys
  • José Rubens - Rufino
  • Reina Hinojosa - Beatriz
  • José Paniagua - Isaías
  • Daniela Navarro - Mariví
  • Damián Genovese - Diego
  • Luciano Scorzia - Nilsson
  • María Isabel Perozo - Briseida
  • Karina Lescarboura - Arolkys
  • Silvia Solana - Rebeca
  • Saúl Martínez - Guillermo
  • Roque Valero - Tony
  • Marco Antonio Casanova - Javier
  • Indhira Serrano - Dra. Martínez
  • Carlos Omaña - Comisario Manrique
  • José Mantilla - Billy
  • Luis Carreño - Jairo
  • Lolymar Sánchez - Iris
  • Luisa Tovar - Aura Marina
  • Francisco Guinot - Paco
  • Gabriela Vergara - Eugenia Rangel
  • Carlota Sosa - Mercedes
  • Yanis Chimaras - Nicolás Santacruz
  • Anabell Rivero - Tatiana

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This page was last edited on 30 March 2022, at 23:57
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