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After leaving a husband that battered her and sending her four children to live with Rosa, her mother, Yamile Caicedo finds her new love with Samuel Medina, a police officer with whom she has her fifth daughter, Maureen Belky. Yamile discovers her girl has great musical talent and decides to work hard on her and boost her singing skills. After getting back together with her children, she focuses in Maureen’s career. Several people help her in her quest. Peter Pinilla, a mariachi director leads the girl into popular music. Later, in Santa Marta, Leonidas Prieto in a street show and finally Bruno del Romero in Cali, an artistic agent takes the girl to a television contest called ‘Pacific Stars’ and rockets Maureen to local stardom. Back in Bogotá, however, Yamile takes her girl to a variety show that gives Maureen enormous popularity throughout the country. During her teen period, Maureen meets a musician from Bogotá who enthralled by her voice and talent invites her to take part in a tecno-carrilera project he had been working on for a while. This event marks the beginning of Marbelle and the presentation of her most popular song: ‘Collar de Perlas’. Maureen’s success spreads quickly throughout the country; tours, acknowledgement, money and some problems with her mother come along with her life. Yamile tries by all means to have control on her daughter; she does not allow her to lead a normal life or to have any kind of contact with men. These restrictions, however, spark off the flame of revelry in Maureen as well as a strong and determined temper. She gets involved with a folk singer at her mother’s back and loses her virginity with him but the long distance between them does not let their relationship consolidate. Some time later, in San Vicente del Caguán, in the middle of negotiation talks held between a guerrilla group and President Pastrana’s administration she meets Royne Chávez, security chief at Nariño Palace. Chávez tries to conquer her. He showers her with attention but when she is told he is married, she walks out on him. Some time later, however, Royne gets divorced and they get back together. Since Yamile does not approve her daughter’s relationship, Maureen decides to leave home and move to an apartment Royne has rented for her. At the beginning, his love is luxurious and sweeter than honey. But the moment they move in together, Royne becomes a violent man, a heavy drinker that continuously batters Maureen. He even stops her musical career while Pastrana’s administration. Despite their complicated situation, they marry and have a baby girl, Rafaela. From then, on, Maureen’s life becomes a string of unfortunate events. Her mother dies during a liposuction surgery and her husband is charged with illegal enrichment and then sent to jail. After his arrest, he becomes an insecure and terribly jealous man that never stops ill-treating her. Undermined by her present situation, Maureen decides to put an end to their relationship and is left all alone with her daughter and a car. Totally free to make her own decisions, she decides to do what she likes most, despite her ex-husband constant attacks. During this new stage, she meets Sergio, a musician of popular music that plays at a bar in Bogotá who supports her fully despite her economic misfortune. But very soon, her situation comes to a turning point. She is invited to participate as member of the jury in the Colombian version of ‘American Idol’ where she realizes her audience still follows her. Popularity, new tours and money crown her efforts. Maureen begins to walk a new stage in her life full of illusions and opportunities: performances, musical production and a new chance in love next to Sergio and her daughter Rafaela.

TECHNICAL FILE

HAVING PRODUCED FOR RCN CHANNEL

A STORY OF MONICA AGUDELO WRITTEN BY: FABIOLA CARRILLO, RODRIGO HOLGUÍN

CARE OF BOOKS BY: ANDRÉS RAMÍREZ LOZANO

DIRECTED BY RODRIGO TRIANA

PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT VISTA: GERARDO SANCHEZ CRISTO

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: JUAN CARLOS ERAZO

PRODUCTION MANAGER: HERMANN ARAQUE

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: JORGE BASTO

ART DIRECTOR: GONZALO MARTINEZ

COSTUME DESIGN: JUAN CARLOS GIRALDO "CACAL"

MAKEUP DESIGN: CLARA INÉS CUBILLOS

EDITION: SILVIA AYALA

INCIDENTAL MUSIC: NICOLÁS URIBE

SOUND DESIGN: DIEGO PAEZ

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: DANIEL MOURE

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: JAIME RAY

ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER VISTA: LAURA VARGAS

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS: JOHN ANGARITA, GUSTAVO MOYA

ART COORDINATOR: SAMUEL PÉREZ DÁVILA

HEAD POSITION: CRISTINA SARMIENTO

SETTING ASSISTANTS: JOHN HERNANDEZ, ANDRÉS ÁLVAREZ SIERRA

HEAD OF COSTUME: ALBERTO ROLANDO LÓPEZ

COSTUME ASSISTANTS: LADY ANDREA FIQUITIVA, MARÍA ANGÉLICA GUTIÉRREZ

ASSISTANT MAKEUP ARTIST: YOLANDA SEPÚLVEDA, ANDREA LOPEZ BUITRAGO

DURATION: 81 x 60”

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Carlos Manuel Vesga is Samuel Medina Uribe

Born into a family of peasants in Borbur, Boyacá. He joined the police academy and had different positions within the institution, although he was never interested in reaching military positions. He was only promoted once when he was 27, from police officer to corporal. He always admired and supported his daughter but he did not interfere in Yamile’s career or questioned her decisions. His kindness becomes obvious when he welcomes Yamile’s children in his home. He is a responsible and honest man with a strong sense of duty, although he is also somewhat insecure and conformist.

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Marcela Benjumea is Yamile

Born in Alcalá, Caldas. Her parents were modest peasants. She grew up helping her family work the land and could only have elementary studies. She liked singing and did it pretty well; she adored music. She even made some performances at local town festivities together with her brothers. Her artistic name was Yamile, which she finally adopted as her own. At the age of fourteen, she married Joaquin, a very sexist man that did not let her do any family planning. Instead, he’d batter and ill-treat her. When she was already a mother of four, the youngest still a baby, she decided to leave her husband. She left her children with her parents in Alcalá and went to Buenaventura to get a job. There he met Samuel, a police officer. She stayed with him until he died. She had only one daughter with Samuel, Maureen Belky, later on known as Marbelle. She is creative, resourceful, perseverant, shrewd but also possessive, domineering and controlling.

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Rafaella Chávez Ramírez is Maureen Belky Ramírez en su niñez

Born in Buenaventura, Valle del Cauca. Her parents are María Lizeth (Yamile) and Samuel. She reveals a graceful spirit since she is a little girl. At the age of five, her mother realizes the girl has an extraordinary musical talent and foresees future success. She grows up under the belief that she is a star, surrounded by the love and admiration of her parents and followers but rejected by her brother and sister. As years go by, she reaches fame and fortune although her life is not exactly a bed of roses. She gets involved in a series of conflicts that bring about different scandals. Only her tenacious strength of mind helps her recover from so much grief and pain, even from her mother’s death. She is tough, determined, authentic, generous, extroverted and explosive.

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Maureen Belky Ramírez is “Marbelle”

Born in Buenaventura, Valle del Cauca. Her parents are María Lizeth (Yamile) and Samuel. She reveals a graceful spirit since she is a little girl. At the age of five, her mother realizes the girl has an extraordinary musical talent and foresees future success. She grows up under the belief that she is a star, surrounded by the love and admiration of her parents and followers but rejected by her brother and sister. As years go by, she reaches fame and fortune although her life is not exactly a bed of roses. She gets involved in a series of conflicts that bring about different scandals. Only her tenacious strength of mind helps her recover from so much grief and pain, even from her mother’s death. She is tough, determined, authentic, generous, extroverted and explosive.

After leaving a husband that battered her and sending her four children to live with Rosa, her mother, Yamile Caicedo finds her new love with Samuel Medina, a police officer with whom she has her fifth daughter, Maureen Belky. Yamile discovers her girl has great musical talent and decides to work hard on her and boost her singing skills. After getting back together with her children, she focuses in Maureen’s career. Several people help her in her quest. Peter Pinilla, a mariachi director leads the girl into popular music. Later, in Santa Marta, Leonidas Prieto in a street show and finally Bruno del Romero in Cali, an artistic agent takes the girl to a television contest called ‘Pacific Stars’ and rockets Maureen to local stardom. Back in Bogotá, however, Yamile takes her girl to a variety show that gives Maureen enormous popularity throughout the country.
During her teen period, Maureen meets a musician from Bogotá who enthralled by her voice and talent invites her to take part in a tecno-carrilera project he had been working on for a while. This event marks the beginning of Marbelle and the presentation of her most popular song: ‘Collar de Perlas’. Maureen’s success spreads quickly throughout the country; tours, acknowledgement, money and some problems with her mother come along with her life. Yamile tries by all means to have control on her daughter; she does not allow her to lead a normal life or to have any kind of contact with men. These restrictions, however, spark off the flame of revelry in Maureen as well as a strong and determined temper. She gets involved with a folk singer at her mother’s back and loses her virginity with him but the long distance between them does not let their relationship consolidate. Some time later, in San Vicente del Caguán, in the middle of negotiation talks held between a guerrilla group and President Pastrana’s administration she meets Royne Chávez, security chief at Nariño Palace. Chávez tries to conquer her. He showers her with attention but when she is told he is married, she walks out on him.

Some time later, however, Royne gets divorced and they get back together. Since Yamile does not approve her daughter’s relationship, Maureen decides to leave home and move to an apartment Royne has rented for her. At the beginning, his love is luxurious and sweeter than honey. But the moment they move in together, Royne becomes a violent man, a heavy drinker that continuously batters Maureen. He even stops her musical career while Pastrana’s administration. Despite their complicated situation, they marry and have a baby girl, Rafaela.
From then, on, Maureen’s life becomes a string of unfortunate events. Her mother dies during a liposuction surgery and her husband is charged with illegal enrichment and then sent to jail. After his arrest, he becomes an insecure and terribly jealous man that never stops ill-treating her. Undermined by her present situation, Maureen decides to put an end to their relationship and is left all alone with her daughter and a car. Totally free to make her own decisions, she decides to do what she likes most, despite her ex-husband constant attacks. During this new stage, she meets Sergio, a musician of popular music that plays at a bar in Bogotá who supports her fully despite her economic misfortune. But very soon, her situation comes to a turning point. She is invited to participate as member of the jury in the Colombian version of ‘American Idol’ where she realizes her audience still follows her. Popularity, new tours and money crown her efforts. Maureen begins to walk a new stage in her life full of illusions and opportunities: performances, musical production and a new chance in love next to Sergio and her daughter Rafaela.