Almost two years in the making, this spectacular period piece boasts an all-star cast of Hispanic television's biggest stars including Adela Noriega (El Privilegio de Amar), Fernando Colunga (Abrazame Muy Fuerte), Ernesto Laguardia (Desencuentro), Chantal Andere (La Intrusa) and Helena Rojo (Ramona). The production, led by internationally acclaimed producer Carla Estrada, required the participation of over 1,000 actors, extras, technicians and artisans and is considered one of the most ambitious projects in the history of the novela genre.
"The work of our extremely dedicated cast and crew, along with the extraordinary collection of visual elements - lighting, camera work, custom-made wardrobe, attention to detail - allows the viewers to experience the characters' emotions and also transport themselves completely to another era," said Estrada.
With breathtaking cinematography, lavish sets, stunning locations and painstakingly detailed costumes, "Amor Real's" story line nonetheless develops at a modern, fast pace. Sharp, sensual, and sophisticated, "Amor Real" brings to life unforgettable characters and tells the story of Matilde (Adela Noriega) - a beautiful woman who breaks the social code of the era and pays the price for true love. She is deceived and manipulated by her family even though she is the only one who can save them from their own misfortune. Unable to be with her true love, the poor soldier Adolfo (Mauricio Islas), she is forced to marry Manuel (Fernando Colunga), heir to a large fortune.
A mega hit in Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Russia, Venezuela and several European countries, this lavish production is guaranteed to be appointment television. Univision's newest blockbuster primetime novela "Amor Real" will air weeknights at 9pm (8pm Central).
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