Telefutura Premieres Intriguing Original Novela “La Marca Del Deseo” Monday, March 24
The Story of 5 Sisters Who Share a Common Fate… and Curse
Miami, FL — WHAT: The debut of the original TeleFutura production ìLa Marca del Deseoî (The Mark of Desire)
WHO: Starring Stephanie Cayo, Juan Alfonso ìGatoî Baptista, Katie Barberi, Marcelo Bouquet, and Orlando Miguel
WHEN: Monday, March 24, 2008
6 p.m. ET/PT (5 p.m. Central)
WHERE: The TeleFutura Network
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: TeleFutura has assembled an international cast of stars for this original production shot on location along the beautiful beaches of Santa Marta, Colombia. ìLa Marca del Deseoî is the story of five sisters all named MarÌa who have never met before, each the product of a father whose unhappy marriage led him to seek comfort in the arms of other women. Years later, the sisters are drawn to the picturesque beachfront town of Pueblo Escondido where their father still lives. Although they each have very different personalities, they share a common heart-shaped birthmark, and a curse that turns their heartfelt desires into heartache. What they eventually uncover about their lives only leads to more questionsÖsome of which they would rather not have answered.
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