|Marimar 110 (1/4)|
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|Author comments: Drama Synopsis: Years after a plane crash that separated Marimar from her family and was left with amnesia, she meets Sergio Santibanez and falls in love. Unfortunately, Sergio plans to make his ex-girlfriend turned step-mother (Angelika) jealous by marrying Marimar. When Sergio leaves for Macau to go back to professional car racing, problems start to arise for Marimar. Left pregnant and abandoned to the mischief of Angelika, Marimar survives her death and goes to Manila to begin anew.|
During her stay in Manila, she finds her true identity and her real father. She also changes her name to Bella Aldama -- Aldama being one of the most richest families in the Philippines. Four years later, Marimar is now educated and her daughter, Cruzita, turned four. Events manage to heat up when Sergio finds her again! But Sergio is at a standstill when he has been told that Marimar died. Will Sergio realize that Bella is the real Marimar and will they conquer all the lies and confusion thrown at them?
IN THIS EPISODE: Marimar and Sergio are trying to patch things up between them, but jealousy strikes back, leaving both protagonists at wits' end. Behind the scenes, Angelika (who is found to be Marimar's half-sister) is pretending to have changed for the good and is currently conjuring more trouble for Marimar by employing most of her staff against her. Will Angelika reign again? Will Marimar and Sergio be once again at each other's throats? We have until March to figure it out!!
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