A Vida da Gente: Julia leaves Ana with her jaw dropped with a confession before the transplant


Júlia (Jesuela Moro) will leave Ana (Fernanda Vasconcellos) with her jaw dropped in A Vida da Gente. Before undergoing liver transplant surgery, the girl will tell that even sick is happy, because her problem served to unite her two mothers: the former tennis player and Manuela (Marjorie Estiano). “They’re not bad anymore,” the patient will celebrate in the six o’clock soap opera.

In the final stretch of Lícia Manzo’s plot, the one responsible for donating part of the organ to the little girl will be the cook. The parents will explain to the character of Jesuela Moro the procedure she will go through. In scenes that will air in this Wednesday (4), Rodrigo (Rafael Cardoso), Manu and Ana will meet to talk with Iná’s great-granddaughter (Nicette Bruno).

“So, daughter, as we were telling you, we finally found out why you’re so nauseous, softy. It’s because there’s something inside your belly that isn’t working properly,” Rodrigo will begin to speak.

“Do you know what the name of this thing is, Ju? Liver”, will help Ana. Manuela will also join the game and will remember that they already did a school assignment that talked about the liver. “Your liver is a little sore, we need it to get better,” the architect will advise.

“And how do we make him get better again?”, the girl will ask. They will explain that the doctor will give her an anesthetic to sleep and then open her belly. Concerned, Julia will question whether she will feel pain, and will hear from her father that she will feel nothing.

“Ju, remember we said you’re going to take a medicine? Do you know what your medicine will be? Mother Manu. The doctor will take a little piece of Manu’s, I mean, from Manu’s liver, and put it in your belly. Then you’ll be fine forever”, says Ana, very moved.

The sisters will exchange a look full of emotion, gratitude and hope, which will not go unnoticed by Julia. At that moment, Lúcio (Thiago Lacerda) will come in for a visit. “Do I also have the right to pay a visit?” the doctor will ask.

“Lucius, did you know that the medicine that will cure my belly is my mother Manu?”, she will say. “Oh yeah? Tell me something. Since when did your mother Manu turn to medicine, huh?”, the health professional will joke, who will hear from Julia the explanation of how her transplant will be done.

The neurologist will notice that the patient is more excited and happier, and everyone will be surprised by her response. Julia will look fondly at Manuela and then at Ana. “It’s because my two mothers made up. They’re not so bad anymore”, the blonde will observe.

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