Tuesday, September 01, 2009

CUANDO SEAS MIA: ITS ORIGIN...



Just when we thought we've heard enough about the telenovela that will forever remain in our hearts, there a few more things to know about CUANDO SEAS MIA. It was a remake of a 1994 Columbian telenovela CAFE,CON AROMA DE MUJER [Coffee, with the scent of a woman], produced by RCN TV. Margarita Rosa De Francisco and Guy Ecker played Teresa 'Gaviota' Suarez and Sebastian Vallejo who met after the death of Sebastian's grandfather. Cuando Seas Mia fans know the rest- they fell in love and he promised to return and marry her. But Gaviota took advantage of a modelling job in London to find him so she could  tell him she was having his baby only to discover she'd been sold to a brothel. During her long absence, Sebastian listened to false rumours about her and married a woman he wasn't in love with nor even slept with. After escaping the place thanks to a kind Italian,(who later became her stepfather) she however lost her baby and returned to face heartbreaking disappointment before deciding to move to the city with her mother, Carmenza and later worked at the Vallejo company, CAFE EXPORT- legally changing her name to Carolina Olivares(in Cuando Seas Mia , Paloma changed her name to Elena Olivares) moving up the corporate ladder and running into Sebastian, who stubbornly refused to listen to her angry statement that it was over between them. After many trials and endurance they finally came together as husband and wife.By the way, about the pet names 'Gaviota' and 'Paloma'... Gaviota in English means 'sea gull' while Paloma means 'dove'.






                                       GAVIOTA &  SEBASTIAN IN THE BEGINNING 








                                GAVIOTA IN HER NEW IDENTITY, CAROLINA OLIVARES








                               WHEN SEBASTIAN SURPRISED GAVIOTA IN MANZANILLO







             GAVIOTA &  SEBASTIAN ON THE HAPPY DAY THEIR WEDDING TOOK PLACE




                                     GAVIOTA & LITTLE GAVIOTA 7 yrs LATER





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