A Vida da Gente: The recording of the end had rush, delays and mystery


The rerun of A Vida da Gente comes to an end next week, with the end of the love triangle starring Rodrigo (Rafael Cardoso), Ana (Fernanda Vasconcellos) and Manu (Marjorie Estiano). To keep the mystery about which of the sisters would end up with the architect, author Lícia Manzo set up a task force against leaks, and the scene was recorded on the eve of the finale, amid rush and delays.

The final chapter was aired on March 2, 2012, and part of the cast received the text only in the week of recording. The protagonists were reserved until the day before. As a result, there were delays and production had to rush to edit the material.

Who gets Rodrigo? At the end of the rerun, which airs on the 6th, Julia’s father will run after Marjorie’s character after seeing up close the possibility of losing her. Cardoso’s character will then write a farewell letter to Ana and leave to meet Manuela.

The girl, in turn, will have broken up with Gabriel (Eriberto Leão). At the end of the chapter, it will be possible to see that harmony reigned, as Julia’s three parents will be together.

Already Ana –after the ups and downs of love life– will settle down with Lucius at the end of the novel. The doctor is the one who will take care of your daughter, Julia, when she has liver disease. The scenes of the couple in love will also only air in the last minute of the soap opera.

Globo has postponed the premiere of the unprecedented Nos Tempos do Imperador to the second half of this year. The period plot will air on the next 9th. In addition to the spoilers, the TV news publishes daily the summary of the six telenovelas that the network reruns due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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