Atrapada
GenreTelenovela
Drama
Created byLiliana Abud
Carmen Daniels
Written byLiliana Abud
Carmen Daniels
Tere Medina
Directed byJosé Caballero
StarringChristian Bach
Héctor Bonilla
Guillermo Capetillo
Alma Muriel
Frank Moro
Guillermo García Cantú
Gerardo Murguía
Opening themeEntre agua y fuego by Jerardo
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes180 (of 21-22 minutes)
95 (of 41-44 minutes)
Production
Executive producerErnesto Alonso
Production locationsMexico City, Mexico
CinematographyJesús Acuña Lee
Running time21-22 minutes
Production companyTelevisa
DistributorTelevisa
Release
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Original releaseAugust 19, 1991 (1991-08-19) –
April 24, 1992 (1992-04-24)
Chronology
Preceded byEn carne propia
Followed byLa sonrisa del Diablo

Atrapada (Trapped) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 1991.[1]

Christian Bach and Héctor Bonilla starred as protagonists, while Guillermo Capetillo and Raquel Olmedo starred as antagonists.

Plot

It all begins at the end of the year party given by the millionaire Montero family. Antonio Montero, president of the Montermex companies, is found dead supposedly due to a suicide, but Camila, Antonio's daughter, is convinced that her father was murdered to remove him from the path and control of the companies.

This is how suspicions and intrigues begin. They are all suspects, including the men Camila has loved: René Pizarro, her first boyfriend; Ángel Montero, with whom she also fell in love with her; and Gonzalo Rodríguez, with whom she ended up marrying, without love. No one learned of the latter's presence at the party until one of the employees claimed to have seen him that night at the Montero home.

But little by little more deaths will occur that will cause Camila to be trapped in a vortex of pain, anguish and suspense. Could the murderer be one of Camila's loves? Will he want to kill her too, since she has decided to find out who killed her father at all costs?

Cast

References

  1. ^ "Atrapada" (in Spanish). alma-altina.net. Archived from the original on September 20, 2011. Retrieved February 21, 2016.