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Bruno Gagliasso In 2001 he signed with Globe, the station which remains contracted until the present day, to join the cast of the novel "As Filhas da Mãe", as Artur, son of Rosalva character of Regina Casé.
Desejos de Mulher Desejos de Mulher is a Brazilian telenovela that was produced and aired by TV Globo from January 21, 2002 to August 24, 2002, totaling 185 chapters, substituting "As Filhas da Mãe" and preceding "O Beijo do Vampiro".
Sanctuary of Our Lady of Lapa Through the initiative of Father Francisco Pinto Ferreira, on 22 June 1916, during an easing of tensions between the Church and Republican administration, the Marian Cult, the "Congregação das Filhas de Maria" ("Congregatio of the children of Mary") was established. On 20 February 1923, chandeliers are fixed to the site, produced by a sawmiller from Moimeta mounted by mason José da Costa. On 14 July 1929, the Ministry of Justice transferred the sanctuary to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lamego.
Tony Ramos In 1998, he was featured as one of the principal characters of the novela Torre de Babel (Tower of Babel) as the ex-con Clementino, who begins the novela in prison for having murdered his wife after discovering that she was cheating on him, and who afterwards rehabilitates himself with the help of a new love. Next, he played the romantic bookseller Miguel in Laços de Família (Family Ties). In As Filhas da Mãe (Mother’s Children) he played the Spaniard Manolo Gutierrez, owner of a casino.
Thiago Lacerda Two years later, the actor appeared as protagonist of the novela "Terra Nostra", in which he played Matteo, an Italian immigrant who came to Brazil seeking a better life. Not only did Thiago conquer the actress Ana Paula Arósio in the series, but he conquered all of Brazil and became the leading actor of the Globo network. After his success as Matheo, he participated in the miniseries "Aquarela do Brasil" and the novelas "As Filhas da Mãe" and "O Beijo do Vampiro". In 2003, he was invited to live the role of Giuseppe Garibaldi in the miniseries "A Casa das Sete Mulheres". The actor considered the role a real gift, because, since the time of "Terra Nostra", he had studied and admired the life of the Italian revolutionary.
Fernanda Montenegro In spite of a successful minor appearance as the Madonna in the mini-series "O Auto da Compadecida" (1999), later re-cut into a theatrical film (internationally known as "A Dog's Will"), Montenegro's television career struggled in the late 1990s and early 2000s. In 2001, another attempt was made in telenovela comedy with "As Filhas da Mãe", which covered the backstage of Brazilian Fashion Industry. Short of a celebrated scene, early on, which featured Montenegro's character winning an Oscar, the telenovela was, once more, a flop. Lackluster ratings and overall negative reviews led to its swift cancellation. Nevertheless, Montenegro still managed to be nominated as Best Actress in the Contigo Awards, which laureates excellence in Brazilian telenovelas.
Paulo Francis After the joint publication, in 1982, of two novellas under the title "Filhas do Segundo Sexo" ("Children of the Second Sex") – an attempt at tackling the issue of middle-class female emancipation and at the same time at plain language "feuilleton" – which was very ill-received by both critics and public, Francis stopped publishing fiction. Eleven years after his death, a new novel, left by Francis as a draft, was to be published after being edited by his widow: "Carne Viva" ("Open Wound"), where the author tried, again, to portray the lives of the wealthy and sophisticated in between a mythical 1960s Rio de Janeiro and an equally mythical French May—something that led critic Vinícius Torres Freire, in "Folha de S.Paulo", to state that Francis had left only a memoir about the kitsch character of his usual snobbery.
Maria Ceiça Winner of the Andorinha Trophy, Special Jury Prize at the Film Festival of Portuguese Language Countries, in 2006 and honored by a Special Tribute at the African Film Festival in New York City in 2005, she has starred in many films, including several important Brazilian and international productions, such as "Filhas do Vento" (Brazil), winner of 6 Kikitos (Awards) at the Gramado Festival (the most important Brazilian cinema festival), "Cruz e Sousa, o poeta do Desterro" ( Brazil ), and "Se eu fosse você" (Brazil). She played the lead female role in the internationally acclaimed movies, "Testamento" (Cape Verde, 1997), winner of Best Film Kikito at the Gramado Festival and several other international awards in 1997, and "The Hero" (Angola, 2004), winner of the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize in 2004 and other awards.
Fernanda Montenegro The following year, Montenegro returned to primetime drama, taking on the female lead role in "Belíssima" (2006), which also offered a backstage view to Brazilian Fashion Industry, only in a much more earnest and cruel perspective than in her previous work "As Filhas da Mãe" (2001). Starring as the shrewd calculating villainess, Bia Falcão, Montenegro was applauded by critics and audiences alike, delivering a solid, sophisticated performance while handling an unapologetic, uncharismatic character, whose story twist was pivotal to the development of the main plot. For this portrayal, Montenegro finally won her first Contigo Award for Best Actress, and also her fourth Best Actress in Television Award by the São Paulo Association of Art Critics.
Henrique Mitchell de Paiva Couceiro D. Júlia was as pious and religious as her husband; she frequented the Congregação das Religiosas Reparadoras, a benevolent religious society, as well as becoming the lifelong president of the Associação Reparadora das Marias dos Sacráricos Calvários. The couple would have three daughters, and two sons: Helena Francisca Maria do Carmo de Noronha de Paiva Couceiro (who would become Mother Superior of the Colégio das Doroteias, in Benguela); Maria do Carmo de Noronha de Paiva Couceiro (founded the Filhas de Maria in India, but was not a nun, although she dedicated her life to religious and social works); the oldest daughter, Isabel Maria do Carmo de Noronha de Paiva Couceiro (who married António Carlos Sacramento Calainho de Azevedo, an ensign and first to raise the monarchical flag in 1919 counter-revolution; José António do Carmo de Noronha de Paiva Couceiro; and Miguel António do Carmo de Noronha de Paiva Couceiro, 4th Count of Parati. Of the couple's three daughters, two would become nuns, one of them as a missionary in Angola.