Carinhoso (1973– )

TV Series   |  Drama, Romance


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16 April 2005 | notliu
Lucia Alves once more
Lauro Cesar Muniz, a great Brazilian author, wrote Carinhoso. The story is about a stewardess called Cecília (Regina Duarte) who was divided between two brothers - Humberto (Claudio Marzo) and Eduardo (Marcos Paulo). There were a problem: Cecilia was poor and her father Felipe (Mr Gilberto Martinho - great always) worked as a driver to the boy's rich family. It's not interesting. But the center of the story turned on to a hippie girl called Leda (Lucia Alves) who was a rebel one, fighting for liberty. Her complex relationship with Paulo (Claudio Cavalcanti) and lots of mystery. Once more Lucia Alves started as a secondary character and passed to the first place, as the protagonist one. Brazilian people could see her every evening on seven p.m. and everybody was keeping one's fingers crossed to see a happy end to the couple. And it happened. Leda married Paulo and Carinhoso is still remembered as a good TV novel.

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Drama | Romance

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1973

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Portuguese


Country of Origin

Brazil

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