Capitu (Giovanna Antonelli) will leave Orlando (Henri Pagnoncelli) and run to her parents’ home in Laços de Família. The call girl will have been humiliated by the man during a dinner with his friends. She will cry on her father’s lap in the soap opera Vale do Pena Ver de Novo.
Orlando will offer dinner for a couple of friends and, in the middle of the fraternization, will tell details of Capitu’s life, including the fact that she is a prostitute. The rich man will say that he is starting the call girl in madam’s life and wants her to learn rules of etiquette.
After dinner, Ema’s daughter (Walderez de Barros) will meet with the man and complain that he talked too much. The abuser will not care and will say that he just spoke the truth. Given the girl’s order to never talk about her life again, he will scream that he bought it, paying dearly and does not intend to return the goods.
Capitu will push you, throw you a drink and run out of the house. Upon arriving at her parents’ apartment, she will hesitate before ringing the bell, but will decide to go ahead. “Hi, daughter. What happened?” Asked Paschoal.
Giovanna Antonelli’s character will enter in silence, walk around the room and sit down. Given her father’s insistence on asking what happened, she will speak. “I was there at the apartment and … It’s just, there was dinner there for a couple, then, I suddenly felt sad. I felt humiliated. I can’t really say, Dad. Then, I decided to come here, because … “, Capitu will release, unable to finish his words, already in tears.
It will open for good. “Oh, father. How unhappy I am,” he will say. Paschoal will embrace her, she will lay her head on his lap and cry, while being comforted.
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