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Pretty Rosalinda sells flowers and decorates a fancy restaurant, when she meets Fernando Jose is a man of high social status and plays the piano at the restaurant. His stepmother Valeria wants to split them up, even after they've been married and have a daughter Erika.Written by
Its not just the extremely well acted scenes, or the amazing plot, but the EXTRAPOLATED beauty of Thalia. She does all in this drama/musical soap opera: sing, dance and act, all summed in a marvelous performance. The rest of the cast is very good, but is just the beautiful and gift talented Thalia, who covers the small screen. 8 years had passed since I saw this soap opera,and I remember it every day of my life. I'm just waiting to see Thalia again, in the small or even in the big screen; I hope so. Summing all, if some day the Academy Awards gives an Oscar for the best soap opera of the past century, I'm pretty sure Rosalinda will take home the golden man. If you don't believe me, see it for yourself.
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