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-->''"[[NietzscheWannabe Love kills]], [[InsaneTrollLogic hate heals]]''
-->--Grazia Herrera

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-->''"[[NietzscheWannabe Love kills]], [[InsaneTrollLogic
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'''Malparida''' was a 2010 Argentine telenovela. It told the story of the poor Renata Medina, whose mother María Herrera was in love with the rich Lorenzo Uribe. Lorenzo was forced by his family to leave her, and she died a short time later. Renata and her grandmother Grazia swore vengueance against Lorenzo, so she took a job with him, in order to seduce him.

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'''Malparida''' ''Malparida'' was a 2010 Argentine telenovela. It told the story of the poor Renata Medina, whose mother María Herrera was in love with the rich Lorenzo Uribe. Lorenzo was forced by his family to leave her, and she died a short time later. Renata and her grandmother Grazia swore vengueance against Lorenzo, so she took a job with him, in order to seduce him.


* TheObiWan: Grazia guides and advises Renata in her vengeance plot, telling her how to be a ManipulativeBastard, and teasing her when she had moral doubts about the quest. If Renata gives it all up and leaves with Lautaro, who will avenge María Herrera?

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* TheObiWan: TheMentor: Grazia guides and advises Renata in her vengeance plot, telling her how to be a ManipulativeBastard, and teasing her when she had moral doubts about the quest. If Renata gives it all up and leaves with Lautaro, who will avenge María Herrera?

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* AllJustADream: Used and abused each day and half or so. Always TheReveal, always the death of an important character, is immediately pointed as someone's dream, someone's speculation, even someone daydreaming... As a result [[CoversAlwaysLie nobody believed in the advertisments]] when they showed deaths or reveals.


'''Malparida''' was a 2010 Argentine telenovela. It told the story of the poor Renata Medina, whose mother María Herrera was in love with the rich Lorenzo Uribe. Lorenzo was forced by his family to leave her, and she died a short time later. Renata and her grandmother Grazia swore vengueance against Lorenzo, so she took a job with him, in order to seduce him, get married with him, and then kill him. She had a brief romance with Lautaro, Lorenzo's son, but continued the plan. Lorenzo's lost brother, a businessman known as "the admiral", show up and swore vengueance against him as well, but Renata's plan conflicted with his, so they became enemies.

Renata took Lorenzo to a trap, but she was finally incapable to kill him, so she left... [[spoiler:and then, Lorenzo was killed by Grazia, who was waiting in the car]]. Renata killed the admiral, but he had left a letter for his nephew, detailing Renata's murders. After having killed most of the cast, Renata thought she could have a happy ending with Lautaro, but he left her. [[spoiler:Finally she suicided.]]

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'''Malparida''' was a 2010 Argentine telenovela. It told the story of the poor Renata Medina, whose mother María Herrera was in love with the rich Lorenzo Uribe. Lorenzo was forced by his family to leave her, and she died a short time later. Renata and her grandmother Grazia swore vengueance against Lorenzo, so she took a job with him, in order to seduce him, get married with him, and then kill him. She had a brief romance with Lautaro, Lorenzo's son, but continued the plan. Lorenzo's lost brother, a businessman known as "the admiral", show up and swore vengueance against him as well, but Renata's plan conflicted with his, so they became enemies.

Renata took Lorenzo to a trap, but she was finally incapable to kill him, so she left... [[spoiler:and then, Lorenzo was killed by Grazia, who was waiting in the car]]. Renata killed the admiral, but he had left a letter for his nephew, detailing Renata's murders. After having killed most of the cast, Renata thought she could have a happy ending with Lautaro, but he left her. [[spoiler:Finally she suicided.]]
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* CainAndAbel: Lorenzo and the admiral have grown too much far away from mere SiblingRivalry. The admiral even shot his brother and left him for dead (which was [[NotQuiteDead a mistake]], but the intention is what counts).
* DeathByOriginStory: María Herrera. Of course, she never appeared alive or similar stuff.
** Also Julia Uribe, the late sister of Lorenzo and the Admiral. The admiral (in his childhood) was playing with his father's gun, Lorenzo urged him to leave it... and while they struggled for it, the Admiral accidentally shot the gun and kill Julia. He left his house after that, and Lorenzo and his father always blamed him for that.
* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu: The priest Marcelo knew much things. He knew that Lorenzo was not aware that María was pregnant when he left her, and that Grazia was keeping that small detail from Renata. He knew about the real family of Esmeralda (but he [[KeepingSecretsSucks can't say either thing]], because of [[ConflictingLoyalty confession secrecy]]) He tried to convince Renata from giving up the vengueance plot, and just be happy with Lautaro. So, Grazia invited him to have tea and discuss things. Before drinking, he invoked the trope, saying that for a moment he feared that Grazia may had poisoned the tea. [[spoiler:Grazia laughed at the comment... then, she took a gun and killed the priest right there.]]
* DownerEnding: Invoked by Grazia's ghost: "this story can not end well" (nearing the real-world end of the telenovela). [[spoiler:Indeed, Lautaro finally learned about Renata's crimes, left her, and troubled by all the deaths she had caused, Renata jumps the top of a church and suicides.]]

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* CainAndAbel: Lorenzo and the admiral have grown too much far away from mere surpassed SiblingRivalry. The admiral even shot his brother and left him for dead (which was [[NotQuiteDead a mistake]], but the intention is what counts).
* DeathByOriginStory: María Herrera. Of course, she never appeared alive or similar stuff.
alive.
** Also Julia Uribe, the late sister of Lorenzo and the Admiral. The admiral (in his childhood) was playing with his father's gun, Lorenzo urged him to leave it... and while they struggled for it, the Admiral accidentally shot the gun and kill killed Julia. He left his house after that, left, and Lorenzo and his father always blamed him for that.
* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu: The priest Marcelo knew much some things. He knew that Lorenzo was not aware unaware that María was pregnant when he left her, and that Grazia was keeping that small detail from Renata. He knew about the real family of Esmeralda (but he [[KeepingSecretsSucks can't say either thing]], because of [[ConflictingLoyalty confession secrecy]]) He tried to convince Renata from giving to give up the vengueance vengeance plot, and just be happy with Lautaro. So, Grazia invited him to have tea and discuss things. Before drinking, he invoked the trope, saying that for a moment he feared that Grazia may had poisoned the tea. [[spoiler:Grazia laughed at the comment... then, she took a gun and killed the priest right there.]]
* DownerEnding: Invoked by Grazia's ghost: "this story can not end well" (nearing the real-world end of the telenovela). [[spoiler:Indeed, Lautaro finally learned about Renata's crimes, left her, and troubled by all the deaths she had caused, Renata jumps from the top of a church and suicides.church.]]



* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: The Admiral played this role, before actually appearing
* ISeeDeadPeople: The admiral killed Grazia, but she still manifested as a [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghost]] to Renata. It was either that [[ThePowerOfLove the power of hate]] allowed her to keep protecting and guiding her grandson in her quest, or that Renata simply became nuts and began to hear voices. By the way, this ghost had no problems to manifest inside a church, and tease Renata when she prays for the people she just killed.

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* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: The Admiral played this role, before actually finally appearing
* ISeeDeadPeople: The admiral killed Grazia, but she still manifested as a [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghost]] to Renata. It was either that [[ThePowerOfLove the power of hate]] allowed her to keep protecting and guiding her grandson in her quest, or that Renata simply became nuts and began to hear voices. By the way, this ghost had no problems to manifest manifesting inside a church, and tease teases Renata when she prays for the people she just killed.



* TheObiWan: Grazia guides and advises Renata in her vengueance plot, telling her how to be a ManipulativeBastard, and teasing her when she had moral doubts about the quest. If Renata gives it all up and leaves with Lautaro, who will avenge María Herrera?
* VillainProtagonist: Having seen the premise, who would consider Renata a "hero"? She even find out that Lorenzo was forced to leave his mother, instead of leaving her by his own will, but continued the vengueance plot anyway.

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* TheObiWan: Grazia guides and advises Renata in her vengueance vengeance plot, telling her how to be a ManipulativeBastard, and teasing her when she had moral doubts about the quest. If Renata gives it all up and leaves with Lautaro, who will avenge María Herrera?
* VillainProtagonist: Having seen the premise, who would consider Renata a "hero"? She even find out that Lorenzo was forced to leave his mother, instead of leaving her by his own will, but continued the vengueance vengeance plot anyway.

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* DeathByOriginStory: María Herrera. Of course, she never appeared alive or similar stuff.
** Also Julia Uribe, the late sister of Lorenzo and the Admiral. The admiral (in his childhood) was playing with his father's gun, Lorenzo urged him to leave it... and while they struggled for it, the Admiral accidentally shot the gun and kill Julia. He left his house after that, and Lorenzo and his father always blamed him for that.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: When Esmeralda's boyfriend tried to go to her house, she requested a friend to drive him away from there. He could find out that it was the house of the late María Herrera, and be forced to make a lot of umpleasant explanations. So this guy met Esmeralda's boyfriend... and drove him away telling that Esmeralda was his girlfriend.

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* TheApprentice: Renata


* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu: The priest Marcelo knew much things. He knew that Lorenzo was not aware that María was pregnant when he left her, and that Grazia was keeping that small detail from Renata. He knew about the real family of Esmeralda. He tried to convince Renata from giving up the vengueance plot, and just be happy with Lautaro. So, Grazia invited him to have tea and discuss things. Before drinking, he invoked the trope, saying that for a moment he feared that Grazia may had poisoned the tea. [[spoiler:Grazia laughed at the comment... then, she took a gun and killed the priest right there.]]

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* DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu: The priest Marcelo knew much things. He knew that Lorenzo was not aware that María was pregnant when he left her, and that Grazia was keeping that small detail from Renata. He knew about the real family of Esmeralda. Esmeralda (but he [[KeepingSecretsSucks can't say either thing]], because of [[ConflictingLoyalty confession secrecy]]) He tried to convince Renata from giving up the vengueance plot, and just be happy with Lautaro. So, Grazia invited him to have tea and discuss things. Before drinking, he invoked the trope, saying that for a moment he feared that Grazia may had poisoned the tea. [[spoiler:Grazia laughed at the comment... then, she took a gun and killed the priest right there.]]

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* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: The Admiral played this role, before actually appearing

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-->''"[[NietzscheWannabe Love kills]], [[InsaneTrollLogic hate heals]]''
-->--Grazia Herrera

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* NietzscheWannabe: Grazia

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[[caption-width-right:301:Will she finally go for the HappyEnding with the man at the left, or the {{revenge}} against the man of the right? [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin She's called "malparida"]], do you really have to ask?]]

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