History Series / VidasRobadas

15th Apr '14 1:04:47 PM Catbert
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* HotDad: Nicolás. He's played by [[http://www.entremujeres.com/hogar-y-familia/solidaridad/amagi-juan_gil_navarro-La_Usina_MUJIMA20120319_0001_29.jpg Juan Gil Navarro]].
30th Nov '13 5:33:40 AM SeptimusHeap
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* HotMom: Ana, Ines and Alejandra.
** And later we get to see Ana's [[HotMom hot mom]], Helena.
25th Aug '13 2:41:37 PM marylawliet14
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'''Vidas Robadas''' (in Spanish, "Stolen lives") is a 2008 Argentine telenovela. It is [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based]] on the RealLife kidnapping of Marita Verón by a net of human trafficking.

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'''Vidas Robadas''' (in Spanish, "Stolen lives") Lives", but officially translated as "Taking Lifes") is a 2008 Argentine telenovela.live-action tv novel. It is [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based]] on the RealLife kidnapping of Marita Verón by a net of human trafficking.



Duarte took Juliana as his protegee, until he was fired by Monserrat and forced to escape to the Triple Frontier. She was held then by Monserrat himself, who tried to get rid of the Miguez and Bautista by staging a negotiation with the kidnappers (who were actually his mooks) and returning Juliana to her family. But when he discovered that Juliana had once seen him, and would be able to identify him, he canceled the whole thing. Rosario attempted then to act as a sex trafficker and buy a number of girls from the network, with Juliana's profile. She could not rescue her: Dante tried to prevent the sold, unaware of Rosario's role in it, and sent her with Duarte.

The real activities of Monserrat are finally exposed to the Fundation, the justice, and society at large. Abandoned by his criminal allies and his henchmen, he staged a suicide when the police sought to take him prisoner. He escaped and stayed hidden. Mansilla organized a video where Bautista is seen killing a woman, so that he is forced to escape from the police as well. Juliana escapes and is recaptured, and then captured by the Unquillo brothers, a rival band. Bautista locates Monserrat but fails to capture him, and Rosario sought info about Juliana within the factory owned by the Unquillo.

Rosario finally locates Juliana at the place were she was held captive, and fired to Duarte when leaving. Duarte kidnapps Ana to exchange her for Juliana, but gets killed when she is finally rescued as well.

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Duarte took Juliana as his protegee, until he Like other previous argentine novels, fiction was fired by Monserrat and forced to escape to the Triple Frontier. She was held then by Monserrat himself, who tried to get rid of the Miguez and Bautista by staging a negotiation with the kidnappers (who were actually his mooks) and returning Juliana to her family. But when he discovered that Juliana had once seen him, and would be able to identify him, he canceled the whole thing. Rosario attempted then to act used as a sex trafficker and buy a number means of girls from the network, with Juliana's profile. She could not rescue her: Dante tried to prevent the sold, unaware of Rosario's role in it, and sent her with Duarte.

social criticism. The real activities series was declared of Monserrat are finally exposed to the Fundation, the justice, and society at large. Abandoned by his criminal allies and his henchmen, he staged a suicide when the police sought to take him prisoner. He escaped and stayed hidden. Mansilla organized a video where Bautista is seen killing a woman, so that he is forced to escape from the police as well. Juliana escapes and is recaptured, and then captured social interest by the Unquillo brothers, a rival band. Bautista locates Monserrat but fails to capture him, city legislature of Buenos Aires and Rosario sought info about Juliana within the factory owned by House of Representatives of Argentina, and also won numerous awards, which emphasize the Unquillo.

Rosario finally locates Juliana at the place were she was held captive, and fired to Duarte when leaving. Duarte kidnapps Ana to exchange her for Juliana, but gets killed when she is finally rescued as well.
Martin Fierro de Oro in 2009.



* DeathByOriginStory: Carla.

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* CrapsackWorld: Portrayed [[TruthInTelevision quite realistically, actually]].
* DeathByOriginStory: Carla.Carla, Bautista's wife prior to the start of the series, who was killed in a car accident while Bautista rescued Ana.


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* HoneyTrap: Dante seduced Alejandra in order to get closer to her, drug her, convince her she's insane, and eventually kill her (although he failed on the last task).


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* MissingMom: Helena abandoned Ana when she divorced Astor, leaving the country to move in with [[spoiler: Kurtz.]]


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* TrophyWife: Nacha is downright stated to be this in the beginning, then we get real insight on it when her backstory is revealed.
27th Feb '13 6:20:11 AM MacronNotes
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* DeadLittleSister: Carla Bustamante, who is killed in the very first episode, is this for his husband Bautista and her sister Ines.
27th Feb '13 6:00:04 AM MacronNotes
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The other main character, [[FacundoArana Bautista Amaya]], got involved in the case as well when Duarte killed [[DeadLittleSister his wife]] by hitting her with his car while Bautista was saving Duarte's wifeon the mountain, and did not stay to help. He seeks him to avenge his wife. Bautista was not initially aware of the network, or Duarte's relation with Monserrat, and began dating Monserrat's daughter, [[IgnoranceIsBliss Ana]]. He get in contact with them later, and joined forces with them, along with his two friends, the retired prosecutor Fabio Pontevedra and the former police Tano Cigliotti.

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The other main character, [[FacundoArana Bautista Amaya]], got involved in the case as well when Duarte killed [[DeadLittleSister his wife]] wife by hitting her with his car while Bautista was saving Duarte's wifeon the mountain, and did not stay to help. He seeks him to avenge his wife. Bautista was not initially aware of the network, or Duarte's relation with Monserrat, and began dating Monserrat's daughter, [[IgnoranceIsBliss Ana]]. He get in contact with them later, and joined forces with them, along with his two friends, the retired prosecutor Fabio Pontevedra and the former police Tano Cigliotti.
8th Nov '12 8:19:13 PM TVRulezAgain
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The main character is [[BrokenBird Juliana Miguez]], a girl from the (fictional) Argentine village of Río Manso, who is kidnapped and forced to work as a prostitute. The network of human trafficking is managed by [[BigBad Ástor Monserrat]], who conceals his activities and the source of his wealth under faked activities as a businessman, even to his own daugther. Monserrat had two henchmen, [[CompleteMonster Nicolás Duarte]] and [[TheStoic Dante Mansilla]].

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The main character is [[BrokenBird Juliana Miguez]], a girl from the (fictional) Argentine village of Río Manso, who is kidnapped and forced to work as a prostitute. The network of human trafficking is managed by [[BigBad Ástor Monserrat]], who conceals his activities and the source of his wealth under faked activities as a businessman, even to his own daugther. Monserrat had two henchmen, [[CompleteMonster Nicolás Duarte]] Duarte and [[TheStoic Dante Mansilla]].



* HotDad: Nicolás. He may be a CompleteMonster, but he's played by [[http://www.entremujeres.com/hogar-y-familia/solidaridad/amagi-juan_gil_navarro-La_Usina_MUJIMA20120319_0001_29.jpg Juan Gil Navarro]].

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* HotDad: Nicolás. He may be a CompleteMonster, but he's He's played by [[http://www.entremujeres.com/hogar-y-familia/solidaridad/amagi-juan_gil_navarro-La_Usina_MUJIMA20120319_0001_29.jpg Juan Gil Navarro]].
13th Oct '12 9:33:16 AM GrigorII
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* Very Loosely Based on a True Story: For the actual case, see [[http://casoveron.org.ar/ El caso Marita Verón]] (in Spanish)

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* Very Loosely Based on a True Story: VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: For the actual case, see [[http://casoveron.org.ar/ El caso Marita Verón]] (in Spanish)
13th Oct '12 9:32:51 AM GrigorII
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'''Vidas Robadas''' (in Spanish, "Stolen lives") is a 2008 Argentine telenovela. It is loosely based on the RealLife kidnapping of Marita Verón by a net of human trafficking.

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'''Vidas Robadas''' (in Spanish, "Stolen lives") is a 2008 Argentine telenovela. It is [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based based]] on the RealLife kidnapping of Marita Verón by a net of human trafficking.


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* Very Loosely Based on a True Story: For the actual case, see [[http://casoveron.org.ar/ El caso Marita Verón]] (in Spanish)
7th Oct '12 11:11:07 AM GrigorII
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* PoliceAreUseless: And worse: they are allies of the criminals.


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* TheBadGuysAreCops
29th Sep '12 7:24:55 PM dawnangel14
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** And at the end of the series, [[spoilers: Fabio with Alejandra, Bautista with Ana, and Manuel with Mirta.]]

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** And at the end of the series, [[spoilers: [[spoiler: Fabio with Alejandra, Bautista with Ana, and Manuel with Mirta.]]
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