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Gustavo Bolivar Moreno, apresenta-nos uma realidade confrangedora, nao apenas, sobre a essencia da natureza humana dos traficantes de drogas ou antes, da sua total carencia de humanidade, como tambem, sobre os efeitos colaterais deste flagelo.
Os factos aqui narrados ocorreram na Colombia, no final da decada de 90, nao obstante, trata-se de uma realidade transversal e intemporlal em muitos paises assolados, nao so pelo narcotrafico, como tambem, pela corrupcao.
O dinheiro facil, o deslumbramento, a prepotencia, a futilidade, a vaidade; mulheres muito jovens que vendem a digindade que nao tem por um momento na ribalta, um instante no paraiso, um segundo de ilusao; sabendo-se brinquedos descartaveis nas maos destes baroes.
Tenho pensado que o melhor negocio nao e a politica nem um alto cargo publico com um grande orcamento, nem o trafico de drogas, animais, peles de crocodilos ou de mulheres. O melhor negocio e a vaidade, por isso, vou comprar um diploma de cirurgiao plastico e vou montar uma clinica de estetica para a qual ja tenho um nome apelativo: Tetas Factory
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Colombian TV keeps abreast of controversy
In a nation obsessed with soap operas, it's the hottest telenovela in years. Airing nightly in prime time, "Sin Tetas no hay Paraiso" — "Without Breasts There's No Paradise" — revolves around a year old call girl who agonizes that her flat chest is a barrier to deliverance from poverty and a life of ease as a drug trafficker's pampered plaything. The show, based on a best-selling, true-to-life novel by the same name, is presented as a faithful — albeit tragic — reflection of a Colombian culture rotted to the core by criminality. Its legions of loyalists notwithstanding, many are upset with the show for the image it portrays. In newspaper columns and radio interviews, feminists and family groups have decried the show's portrayal of women as a sexist affront, more inclined to satisfy flesh-filled male fantasies than generate meaningful debate about Colombia's unrivaled obsession with plastic surgery. On Aug.
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Sin senos no hay paraiso is a RTI Colombia–Telemundo telenovela remake and loose adaptation of the original Colombian series Sin tetas no hay paraiso.
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The series is based on investigative journalist Gustavo Bolivar 's debut novel and features an attractive young prostitute who desires to have massive breast implants in order to attract a rich cocaine smuggler. The series premiered on June 16, It is based on a true story. Catalina Santana Carmen Villalobos , a young woman in Pereira, Colombia , is willing to risk everything in order to escape the poverty she lives in and fulfill her dreams - even if this means putting her life and her integrity in jeopardy. In spite of their mother's efforts, Bayron and Catalina's situation is filled with poverty and need.
The show is based on the best-selling novel of the same name written by Gustavo Bolivar. The story is based on a young girl, Catalina, who lives in Pereira and becomes obsessed with getting breast implants in order to overcome poverty. Catalina decides to become a "prepago" prepaid , a prostitute who has sex with drug traffickers in exchange for gifts, money, and social status. Telemundo aired this series on February 8, , with English captions on CC3. When it premiered, the word "Tetas" was censored out and replaced with an image of a bra in between the first T and the final S because its English translation "tits" was censored from broadcast television by the FCC. This show lasted for about one month as there were only 23 episodes produced. Catalina becomes obsessed with getting breast implants in order to escape poverty and gain social status and money.