¡Anita, no te rajes! is a funny story which tells the adventures of Anita, a positive and happy young Mexican girl who never gave up on everything, following her deceased mother's quote: "...
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Wrongfully accused of a crime she didn't commit, 15 yr old Guadalupe Santos is sentenced to 30 yrs in jail, while in jail she gives birth to a baby girl who is taken from her by her older ... See full summary »
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Jason Chad Roth
¡Anita, no te rajes! is a funny story which tells the adventures of Anita, a positive and happy young Mexican girl who never gave up on everything, following her deceased mother's quote: "Las Guerrero no se rajan" (The Guerreros never give up). Anita decides to come to the US without her documents only to find her aunt, Consuelo Guerrero, the only member of her family that goes on. Consuelo married an important constructor from Irish origins and she is heiress of a huge fortune.
At first, I wasn't interested in this soap opera but after watching the extraordinary performances by Martha Picanes, as Amanda, and Isabel Moreno, as Cachita, I couldn't resist the temptation to watch it everyday. Martha Picanes didn't surprise me at all. She has been a well renowned actress for many years and her prestige is more than deserved. However, it's the first time I see Isabel Moreno and I'm quite impressed. She is superb, one of the best actresses I have ever seen. The rest of the cast is good and some of the lines are memorable. One of them is when Cachita (Isabel Moreno) says that life is learning and we learn to live without our dear ones who passed away, our youth that has disappeared, our friends, our strength. Well, I recommend this soap opera. You won't regret it.
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