Cuando los hijos se van
Written byNorberto Vieyra
Directed byHéctor Bonilla
StarringSaby Kamalich
Raúl Ramírez
Alejandro Camacho
Enrique Rocha
Silvia Pasquel
Anabel Ferreira
Roberto Ballesteros
Country of originMexico
Original languageSpanish
Executive producerSilvia Pinal
Production companyTelevisa
Original networkCanal de las Estrellas
Original release1983 (1983) –
1983 (1983)
Preceded byGabriel y Gabriela
Followed byBodas de odio
Related showsCuando los hijos se van (1941 film)
Cuando los hijos se van (1968 film)

Cuando los hijos se van (English title: When the kids leave) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Silvia Pinal for Televisa in 1983.[1]

Saby Kamalich and Raúl Ramírez starred as protagonists, while Roberto Ballesteros starred as main antagonist.


Julio and Francisca have a strong marriage and five grown children, and there are problems: Teresa, when I was young and naive, fell in love with Álvaro, a married man, but 10 years later can not maintain the facade facing the family and confesses everything. However, although Álvaro is leaving, she can not; your love is true and completely mutual.

Kiko, another son, uses and abuses Susana's love, who loves him dearly. He turns his back to love, only to receive financial support from it, but then becomes the hunted hunter as falls in love with Susan. But Kiko has made too many mistakes in his life and thinks it would be unfair to tie Susana a man like him. Hilda has a perfect romance: love Jorge, a good young, professional and very correct, a white wedding and irreproachable life.

For Ignacio, love is a reckoning with himself. He gains confidence in himself, begins his terrible resolve their inferiority complex internal problems. Behind this is Claudia, a girl who loves him for the beauty of his spirit. Maria Graciela is in love for the first time, with Ricardo. She is all passionate kisses, languishing glances, sighs loudly and tantrums, but is it really love or infatuation?



  1. ^ "Cuando los hijos se van" (in Spanish). Retrieved August 11, 2014.