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6 Degrees Entertainment

'Mentir Para Vivir'
(David Zepeda, Mayrín Villanueva, et al / 3-Disc DVD / NR / Spanish / 2015 / Cinedigm)

Overview:Oriana Caligaris, is happily married to Jose Luis Falcon. They live next to their daughter Alina, in Cartagena, Colombia. All of a sudden, one day everything changes for Oriana when Jose Luis, who works at the Colombian Customs, confesses to her that he has been doing some smuggling activities, and the police are already behind him since he put the earnings he made out of this under her name without her consent, thus, involving her in the business.

DVD Verdict: For those not in the know, 'Mentir Para Vibir' is a top rated Univision hit show and was nominated for Best Telenovela in the 2014 TV y Novelas awards! This popular telenovela averaged 2.7 million viewers and stars Mayrin Villanueva, David Zepeda and Diego Olivera.

So, when Luis (David Zepeda) confesses to her that he has been doing some smuggling activities, and the police are on his tail, already putting Oriana Caligaris (Mayrín Villanueva) in danger by not telling her he did it all under her banner, Oriana escapes to Mexico with her daughter, and looks for her intimate friend Raquel - who owns El Descanso hotel in San Carlos, Sonora, together with Lucina.

In those days, Inés Valdivia (Laisha Wilkins) a strange and lonely young woman staying at the hotel, dies suddenly. Always clever, Lucina (Cecilia Gabriela) takes the opportunity to create false documents for Oriana. Now known as Agnes, she has to lay low and live a lie for the foreseeable future. The rest, and how it all plays out, you will have to watch for yourself, of course. This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.78:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.