Rebeca corre a Magdalena de su casa porque ella sospecha que Nora y Rodrigo tienen algo que ver. Lucía besa a Marcelo frente a Rodrigo para que la deje en paz.
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besides, i can staywithout doing anything.
tere: then, go do your thingssomewhere else because when
your sister'll see me lazy here,she'll immediately kick me out.
magdalena: have you been workinghere for a while?
tere: more or less two months.i tell you something between us.
magdalena: what is it?tere: you sister has
a very hard a character.they've told me that's why
maids don't last in here.magdalena: it must be
terrible having her as a boss.tere: actually,
i've been quite luckybecause since i came here,
she started going to the capitaland i'd stay alone.
magdalena: why does she goto the capital so much?
tere: i guess, it was forlucía's wedding organization.
and you see,what was the use of it?
magdalena: nothing.it wasn't useful at all.
lalo: how are you miss?lucía: good morning.
dad.alonso: thanks, marcos.
honey, what are you doing here?lucía: are you busy?
alonso: i'm never busy for you.lucía: i bring you
the apartment's keys.obviously, i won't use it.
alonso: but that apartmentis not mine, it's in your name.
lucía: thank you very much,but i don't want it.
so sell it, rent it ordo whatever you want with it.
alonso: that's fine.lucía: i took a decision.
alonso: which one?lucía: i want to work.
i studied a career i likevery much
and i want to practice it.alonso: that's very good.
you can work here with me.lucía: i don't want to be
close to rodrigo.alonso: who said that one
will keep on working here?lucía: anyway, i rather
look somewhere else.i don't want a position
just because i'm your daughter.alonso: honey, you're designer
and this a fertile field.you'd come in very handy.
lucía: i mean it,don't take it bad,
but...i don't want favors.alonso: honey, it's not so.
some day i'll be oldand someone will have to deal
with this company.i leave it spinning
in that little mindand then you tell me, will you?
magdalena: do you knowwhere's lucía?
rebeca: no.i feel you've become
her shadow.magdalena: you can't stand
my being here, right?rebeca: not so much,
but i'd love knowingwhen are you leaving.
magdalena: i don't know,but i'll stay as it's needed.
rebeca: that is...magdalena: that is,
as long as i want.in fact, i was going to leave
today, but she asked meto stay.
rebeca: i just warn you,won't you think of scheming
against me and norawith alonso.
magdalena: it's clearyou don't know me.
i'm not the kind of peoplewho enjoy causing troubles.
rebeca: i hope so.marcelo: how are you?
lucía: what's this guydoing here?
alonso: he'll work for me.lucía: what?
alonso: yes, i've just seenhis résumé.
i couldn't have founda better option
to replace rodrigo's position.lucía: i can't believe it.
marcelo: it seems your daughterdidn't like the news very much.
alonso: lately, lucíadoesn't like anything.
take a seat, please.here it says that you work
for a very important company.why do you want to change job?
marcelo: as i saidin the morning,
i want living in the province,at least for some time.
alonso: don't you thinkthe change would be too drastic?
marcelo: yes, but i think i needthat in this moment of my life.
alonso: tell me the truth,are you fleeing from something
or someone?marcelo: on the contrary,
i'm trying to find myself.alonso: are you married?
marcelo: no.alonso: family?
marcelo: yes, only my mother.but don't feel forced to hire me
just because your daughtertold it to your daughter.
if you have any doubt,you have every reference there.
alonso: probably i'll askfor references.
marcelo: take all the timeyou want.
anyway, i have to be backto mexico city
to present my resignation.alonso: when are you back?
marcelo: tomorrow.as soon as i'll be here,
i'll stop by so you give mea definitive answer.
alonso: perfect.have a good travel.
marcelo: thanks very much.excuse me.
[phone rings]mario: hello.
who?let her in, please.
hi.rebeca: hi, how are you?
mario: fine, and you?rebeca: very fine.
mario: come on in, please.rebeca: i imagine my visit
surprises you.mario: i'd lie if i say no.
take a seat.rebeca: thank you.
mario: tell me,how can i help you.
rebeca: i need some advise.you're actually the only lawyer
i trust.mario: are you
thinking of divorce?rebeca: no, not at all.
in fact, alonso and iget along wonderfully.
mario: i'm glad.rebeca: but it's about him
that i want to talk of.mario: did alonso
ask you to come?rebeca: no, he doesn't even know
i came.in fact, i think he'd get
a bit jealous.mario: why would he?
rebeca: as you and i wereboyfriends.
mario: i swear you won't regret,i mean it.
rebeca: mario!...and you never get married.
mario: some peoplearen't born for marriage.
anyway, what kind of adviseyou need?
rebeca: i guess you already knowwhat happened
at alonso's daughter wedding.mario: yeah, i knew something.
what about it?rebeca: that's the beginning
of the problem.amador zuniga is the one
i really want to talk of.magdalena: oh, my!
why such a good mood?lucía: because i don't get
my dad's decisions.magdalena: why, what happened?
lucía: he's just hireda foreigner to replace rodrigo
at the factory.magdalena: does it hurt you
that he had fired him?lucía: of course, not.
i worry that marcelotakes advantage of my dad
and he won't realize.surely the idiot wants
charging the lift he gave methe other day.
magdalena: who do you talk of,the young man who brought you
the day you disappeared?lucía: i didn't disappear.
i would've come back homewithout problems
or asking favors to anyone.magdalena: it seems marcelo
left no good impression at all.why?
lucía: he's pedant and vain.magdalena: really?
lucía: yes.magdalena: how funny.
the other day i was with himfor a little while,
to me he seemed a nice person.lucía: i can tell you didn't
have to put up with himfor a long while in his car.
nazario: if you distrust,why don't you call to mexico
and ask for references.alonso: i did that
and i got the best references.he has an executive position
at an excellent company.nazario: so why do you doubt?
alonso: it's weird thathe wants such a radical change,
knowing that his actual positionis way higher
than what i'm offering him.nazario: but he may be tired
of the capital.alonso: but doesn't it seem
weird that he appearedright now?
nazario: let's analyze things.did he come asking for a job?
alonso: no, he came to askhow was lucía doing.
we starting talking,he commented that he wanted
to move in to puebla cityand it was easy offering him
rodrigo's position.nazario: those things happen.
but if you still doubt,then don't hire him.
alonso: but, the more i seehis trajectory,
i'm more convinced thathe can be a very valuable
element for this company.nazario: then, hire him
for a trail period.oh! agustín, look...
rebeca: so alonso could goto jail if amador indeed
accuses him?mario: i won't deny your husband
could have legal problems,but sincerely i don't think
that could happen.rebeca: that is?
mario: if things are as you say,they can adduce
that your husbanddidn't mean to harm the guy.
rebeca: i repeat alonsowas furious and more than once
he said he didn't knowwhat he could do
if he'd be in front of him.mario: those are only words.
besides, rodrigo searchedfor alonso and something
very important, he didn't havea gun to hurt him.
rebeca: so it can be aduccedthat it was an accident.
mario: uh-huh.i wonder why your husband
didn't look for a lawyerto ask him all these questions.
rebeca: he doesn't even imagethat amador could get him
in trouble or that he wouldtake advantage of all this.
mario: but you do.rebeca: yes, of course.
in fact, if he had wanted,way long ago he could've kept
my husband's factory.mario: [chuckles]
i don't doubt it.rebeca: you sound
as if you'd know something.mario: fortunately, i have
relation with amador zúñiga.but i can assure
he's not the honorable personthat many people think.
he's just too carefulwith what he does.
sergio: hey, what's up?did you go crazy with the hit?
rodrigo: stop it,i'm not in a good mood.
sergio: besides that, what?how are you?
rodrigo: so-so.sergio: relax, it turned out
super cheapbecause with the spite that
lucía's dad feels for you,it could've been way worse.
rodrigo: i know.i just hope he let it all out
and complained all the had to.sergio: surely, he did.
besides, all this came in handyto realize the kind
of father-in-law i'll have.rodrigo: that you'll have?
sergio: yes, i thought it well.i'll insist with nora.
i have nothing to lose.if you think of it,
there's no reason whyshe wouldn't be back with me.
rodrigo: no, don't insist.sergio: why?
rodrigo: you can't trust noraat all.
sergio: why? tell me.rodrigo: because i know her. ok?
that's all.[knocks on door]
nora: can i come in?lucía: yes, come in.
nora: since the wedding,i felt like talking with you.
but i, actually, didn't knowwhat to tell you.
i swear it.lucía: i imagine.
nora: yes, i mean it.besides, everyone told me
you didn't want to talk of it.lucía: i still do.
nora: ok, i won't insist.but i want you to know
that what rodrigo did to youhurt me a lot.
i know we don't get along,but i don't like
that they hurt you.lucía: thank you.
nora: you're welcome.what are you doing?
lucía: i'm looking for a job.i'm checking at the university's
job pool to see if i findsomething worthy.
nora: are you going to work?lucía: yes.
dad offered me a positionat the factory, but obviously
i didn't accept.i want looking somewhere else.
nora: good luck.lucía: thank you.
alonso: can i help you?agent: yes.
does miss lucía gaxiola murillolive here?
alonso: yes, she's my daughter.who's looking for her?
agent: we come fromthe general attorney's office.
a car who crashed a street lightwas reported
and its documents belong to her.magdalena: good evening, miss.
could you tell me where to finddoctor esquerra, please?
nurse: yes, of course.look, she's coming there.
magdalena: thanks very much.doctor esquerra?
sara: yes?magdalena: i'm magdalena
murillo.i'm not sure if you know me.
doctor: we haven't treated,but i know perfectly
who you are.i have many and excellent
references of yours,because of lucía who's a close
friend of my daughter.magdalena: yes, i know.
that's why i've dared comingto bother you.
sara: please, call me you.how can i help you?
magdalena: i don't know iflucía told you that i don't live
here and i've been dedicatedto do social work for years.
doctor: lucía speaksvery proudly of your work.
magdalena: it's a lovely work.the thing is i decided
staying in puebla and i thoughtthat maybe you, working here,
could help me finda voluntary group to join
and work there.would it be possible?
doctor: that won't be hard.volunteering work
is always welcome anywhere.so let me investigate
and i'll be pleasedto let you know.
magdalena: thank you.i'll be really thankful.
sara: it's a pleasure.magdalena: for me too.
sara: good bye.teresita,
did the tests arrive?woman: yes, here they are.
alonso: why didn't you tell methey stole your car?
lucía: i didn't know it!but it's no wonder,
i abandoned it on the street.alonso: you did what?
lucía: what you heard.i didn't want anything
reminding me of rodrigo.and he gave me that nasty car.
i also got ridof my wedding dress
and the honey moon suitcase.alonso: i get that,
but abandoning the caris not good at all.
lucía: dad! forgive me.back then, i felt too bad.
despite how much i spinaround it , i don't get how
a person who pretendedloving me so much,
hurt me so much.alonso: and why don't you want
his replacement at the factory?lucía: it's not so.
alonso: what is it, then?lucía: i worry that marcelo
may want to takeadvantage of you.
alonso: i have reasonsnot to think so.
wouldn't it be thatwhat happened with rodrigo
makes your distrust everybody?lucía: it could be.
i don't trust any men no longer.but it's your factory,
your decisionsand i don't have to mess
where i shouldn't.alonso: thanks for giving me
some credit.anyway, you'll have to go
to declare what happenedwith the car you had abandoned.
rafaela: marcelo!when did you arrive?
marcelo: i've just comeand i came straight here.
how's my mom?rafaela: what can i tell you?
she has good and bad times.milagros: who do you talk with?
marcelo: good evening, mom.milagros. oh my.
at last you show up.for a moment, i thought
you'd stay for good in puebla.marcelo: that's exactly
what i'm going to do.milagros: what?
marcelo: i'll move in to puebla.i even got a job.
milagros: what kind of job?marcelo: at a talavera factory.
milagros: oh, my god.don't be absurd.
marcelo: i thought you'd be gladknowing i won't move to spain.
milagros: of course, i'm glad.but changing your position
to work at a handicrafts storemakes me feel like crying.
marcelo: it's nota handicrafts store,
it's big and successful factory.why do you doubt my decision
knowing thati've always paved my way.
milagros: say whatever,but i doubt about that
small company.marcelo: who gets you, mom?
being in puebla i can comemore often to visit you.
milagros: don't make me favors.marcelo: i'd really like
seeing you.well, i came to tell you
my plans and i already did it.so, i leave.
i want to see daniela.milagros: don't you bother.
she got tired of waiting for youand went on a trip with her dad.
marcelo: where?milagros: do you really care?
marcelo: [gasps]good night, mom.
rebeca: is it true thatyou offered lucía a job
at the factory?alonso: yes, it's true.
she wants to workand i proposed her
to do it with me.i think it's high time
we got someone of the familyinvolved in the business.
why do you bother?rebeca: and you still ask!
to vary, you only consider lucíaas your only heir at the factory
and leave nora aside.alonso: that's not true.
don't worry, anyway.lucía didn't accept.
i don't know if it wasout of pride, the thing is
she won't work with me.rebeca: that doesn't calm me
at all.deep down the problem is
that you don't consider noraat all and she's also
your daughter.alonso: what else would i want
than nora would be interestedin the factory or whatever?
she, actually, doesn't doanything and that's not positive
and much less healthy.rebeca: now
you'll criticize her.alonso: no, i don't.
nora is my daughter, i adoreand love her with all my soul.
i'd lovethat she'd find her way.
it hurts me so much seeingthat she's unsatisfied
with herself.rebeca: maybe she reacts
like this because she doesn'tfeel the same support
you give to her sister.alonso: enough.
stop getting those foolish ideasin her mind
and care for finding somethingshe truly likes doing.
maybe, she'll pay attentionto you.
rafaela: excuse me.milagros: what's wrong?
don't say it's nothing.since marcelo left
you haven't opened your mouth.rafaela: if that's what you
want, i'll do it.though, i'll end up told off
for meddling where i shouldn'tand you tell me,
"what would i knowhaving no sons?"
milagros: please, stop that,will you?
rafaela: i think you should carefor your relation with marcelo.
you've been always too toughwith him.
since his brother died,he's a thousand times worse.
milagros: would it be thatsince federico died
marcelo is behaving as ifhe'd still be a teenager?
i actually can't believeso much irresponsibility.
rafaela: why, whyirresponsibility?
milagros: isn't it enoughthat he doesn't hear me at all,
that he had lead his girlfriendto leave him
and now, on top, he wantsto go to puebla to work in
only god knows what.rafaela: anyway, you should
respect him, at least a bit.he might know why he does
what he does.milagros: i don't know why
you've always defended marceloand have gotten on his side.
rafaela: it could be thatyou've always
put your feet on his neckand never liked anything
of what your son does.what do you want?
making him payfor his father's sins?
milagros: don't talk nonsense.marcelo is the only son
i have left and i love himabove all things.
i simply would like thathe would be different.
thanks for ruining my dinner.[phone beeps]
daniela: i've tried to reach youall day long, but it seems
your phone is off.call me when you can.
[voice mail]the call be charged
after the signal.marcelo: daniela, it's me.
i know you went on trip.i'd liked talking with you
personally,but i'll call you later.
nora: don't you geti don't want to see you again?
no, don't you dare coming here.you know you're not welcome.
no.what's up with you?
magdalena: you're talkingwith rodrigo, right?
you won't fool me anymore.listen to me well, young man.
right now, you'll tell mewhat's happening
between nora and you?sergio: i'm sorry.
i don't know who you are,but i was talking with nora
of personal things.magdalena: who speaks?
sergio: i'm sergio mondragon.magdalena: i'm sorry.
i thought i was talkingwith someone else.
nora: you're totally nuts.magdalena: i'm sorry.
i thought you were talking--nora: with whomever.
you have no right to meddlein my life and my things.
rebeca: what's wrong?nora: i can't stand her.
i can't stand her, mom.rebeca: i warned you.
i told youto leave my daughter in peace.
so, right now, you leave.didn't you hear?
go away.magdalena: i admit
i made a mistakeand i was unfair with nora.
sincerely, i offer youan apology.
rebeca: i don't give a damnabout your apologizing.
what i want is thatyou leave my house.
magdalena: no, this is not onlyyour house.
lucía lives here too.rebeca: i'm owner and master
of this house,whether they like it or not.
no matter you're my sister,pick up your things and leave.
i won't let you altermy family's harmony.
so, you have till tomorrowto grab your stuff and leave.
got it?magdalena: perfectly.
rebeca: i'll tell my husbandthat you're leaving.
nora: so you call the cab.sara: [sighs]
hi, dear.leticia: hi.
sara: guess who came to see meat the hospital?
magdalena murillo,lucía's aunt.
leticia: really?what for?
sara: it seems she'll stayin puebla for a while
and wanted to knowif she could work
with some volunteering groupat the hospital.
lucía says she's efficient.sara: so they say.
leticia: [grumbles]mom, you already know i hate
when you grab my food.i better prepare you one.
sara: wouldn't you likedoing something like that?
leticia: have this.what?
sara: volunteering work.while you find a stable job.
leticia: i'm notinto those things, besides
it doesn't interests me.sara: what does interest you?
i'm a bit fed with seeing youeveryday, locked up in here
killing time.you criticize nora gaxiola
because she doesn't do anythingand you're worse.
leticia: no, i'm not worse.i do study a career.
sara: well, it's timeyou practiced it.
i can't deal alone eternallywith this house responsibility.
leticia: you've done itbecause you decided it to be so.
if you would've knownholding my dad back,
things would be very different.sara: we won't argue
for the same again.you think a man's presence
solves it all, right?it's incredible, times goes by
and you simplydon't get a thing.
leticia: no, i don't.sara: worse for you.
do me a favor, tomorrowyou go look for a job.
rebeca: yes, i chucked her out.i hope this time
you do back me up.alonso: regardless how many
differences you might have,magdalena's your sister.
rebeca: a sister who onlycomes to annoy my life.
alonso: i see that with thingsthat passed,
we're too sensitiveand the tiniest detail
can make you go off--rebeca: and this time,
i reached my limit.i can endure everything,
but that magdalenamistreats my daughter.
alonso: what does norahas to do here?
rebeca: i didn't want tellingyou for dignity.
but maybe it's timeyou got to know it.
do you know what my sistergot in her mind?
alonso: what?rebeca: that our daughter
has to do with rodrigohaving left lucía at the church.
alonso: that's absurd.you must have misunderstood.
rebeca: i assure, i didn't.do you get why i want to chuck
magdalena out of here?alonso: i can't really
believe it.rebeca: you should.
i just need a favor,not a single word of this
to lucía because she's capableto be in magdalena's side
and that wouldn't be fairfor nora.
[doorbell rings]rafaela: good evening.
marcelo: has anything happenedto my mother?
rafaela: no, don't worry.she's fine.
as she went to bed early,i came to talk here
because in the housei couldn't ask you anything.
are you having a sausagefor dinner?
marcelo: i've been awayfor days, i didn't have
anything else.rafaela: oh, dear.
that's whythen you have stomachaches.
let me see your fridge.you have nothing.
marcelo: sit down.what do you want
to talk about with me?rafaela: the woman you went
to look for in puebla.you said on the phone
you had already found her.marcelo: i'm not sure.
the information i have,makes me think that the woman
i met is the one who waswith my brother,
but there's somethingthat doesn't make sense.
rafaela: what is it?marcelo: let's see
if i can explain.when i got her in front of me,
she didn't seem the kindof woman who could hurt nobody.
on the contrary, she seemeda very innocent girl.
rafaela: did you tell herwho you are?
marcelo: i just told herand her father my name.
yes, her father is the ownerof the factory where i'll work.
rafaela: oh, god.i don't like that at all.
you've never liedor deceived anyone.
marcelo: i'm not saying any lie.i just didn't say
i'm federico valdivia'shalf brother
and that i'm trying to findthe woman who was with him.
rafaela: hiding thingsis like telling lies.
you can get tangled aloneand end up feeling too bad.
marcelo: i need making thatwoman pay for what she did
and i won't rest till i do it.rafaela: don't you see
you're throwing awayall you've gotten
through all these yearswith so much struggle?
and all for taking revengeof a woman, or girl
or whomever, who only god knowsto which extent
lead your brotherto do what he did.
do you really thinkit's worthy?
nora: what did he say?does he agree
on my aunt leaving?rebeca: well, not completely.
i had to explain himwhy i chucked her out.
nora: wait up.you told my dad that my aunt
believes that rodrigo and i--rebeca: but he got mad.
he doesn't believe you capableto do something against
yours sister.nora: are you sure?
rebeca: sure, mellow out.come on, more.
harder, please.now tell me, why where you
arguing with magdalena?nora: sergio called me
and magdalena thoughtit was rodrigo.
so, she snatched the phoneand started screaming at him.
obviously, sergio asked herwho are you, blessed woman?
rebeca: what did sergio want?nora: he's insisting on
being back with me.but, i'm fed up with him.
rebeca: it wouldn't bea bad idea if you're back
with him for a while.nora: no, his mouth stinks!
rebeca: buy him chewing gum.so you get completely away
from rodrigo.nora: what for?
if magdalena would be gone.rebeca: do as i say.
some times you just haveto do things.
nora: how do you know?rebeca: because i was young too.
[knocks on door]magdalena: come on in.
alonso: we need to talk.magdalena: i imagine.
alonso: i've never likedyour relation with rebeca,
but i've always respected itbecause i know it has no remedy.
this time i can't remain silentbecause your hatred for rebeca
is reaching nora.magdalena: i don't hate rebeca.
we simply havedifferent ways to see life.
alonso: whatever,but it's affecting my daughter
and i can't allow it.magdalena: i already apologize
with her.i really feel sorry.
alonso: where on earthdid you get that--
magdalena: i made a mistake.i'm aware of it.
please, forgive me.alonso: what puzzles me
is that i think i know youand you're not the kind
of person who would let outsuch a comment lightly.
if you really have a validreason to suspect nora,
please, tell me.magdalena: i don't have it.
i repeat, it was a follyof my part.
alonso: it was a great follyand i can't let
those kind of problemsmultiply in my house.
magdalena: i see.i go back to mexico today.
alonso: i'm really sorry.lorena: good morning.
i didn't know you'd be hereso early.
should i bring you a coffee?marcelo: i only came to talk
with the general chiefand pick up my things.
lorena: did you say you weren'tgoing to spain anymore?
marcelo: no. i won't go,but i won't keep on working
here either.lorena: so what are you going
to do?marcelo: i'm going to live
in the province.lorena: oh, i had the hope
that you would stay.isn't any chance for it?
marcelo: the decision is taken.as soon as i'm settled,
i'll send you my addressso you send me
my personal mailing.would do you me that favor?
lorena: it'll be a pleasure.marcelo: it's been a pleasure
working with you.lorena: for me too, sir.
good luck.marcelo: thanks.
i'm going to need it.lucía: aunt!
did you already have breakfast?why are you packing up?
magdalena: i have to go backto mexico.
lucía: but we've saidyou wouldn't leave so soon.
magdalena: i'd love staying,but i can't.
lucía: why?magdalena: because i can't
leave my job at the hospital.that's all.
lucía: you're too bad at lying.did rebeca do you anything?
magdalena: we argued,that's all.
lucía: did he darechuck you out?
magdalena: no, of course not.if i leave,
it's because i decide it.it's the most convenient
for everyone.lucía: you don't know to lie.
but i'll solve this.magdalena: what will you do?
lucía: talk to her.magdalena: don't meddle, please.
[grumbles]lucía: i just come to tell you
magdalena won't go nowhere.rebeca: that's already
decided and i won't discuss itwith you.
lucía: me neither.my aunt stays.
magdalena: please.it's pointless.
rebeca: no matter who likes it,i'm the only lady of this house
and i'm the one who decides.lucía: there hasn't been
and there will be another lady,but my mom.
i'm sure that she'd have neverdared chucking her own sister
out the house.rebeca: i don't give a damn
about what your motherwould've done or not.
she's already dead.so, her opinion doesn't count.
lucía: but mine doesand my dad's too.
rebeca: for you to knowhe agrees with me.
lucía: we'll see that.rebeca: lucía can scream,
cry or kick,but you do leave.
magdalena: don't call your dad.lucía: i need talking to him.
magdalena: you dad and ialready talked.
lucía: so, he agreeswith your leaving.
magdalena: in a way.lucía: i can't believe it.
i'll talk with him personally.magdalena: please, leave things
as they are.lucía: no.
i know what i do.just promise me, please, that
you won't move till i'm back.magdalena: get me, i can't.
lucía: aunt, please.please...
i won't take long.magdalena: what do i do?
what do i do, my god?[seethes]
[door opens]alonso: they told me
you've been waiting for mefor a long while.
amador: yes, i thinkit's time we talked.
alonso: i repeat what i saidin the hospital.
i'm sorry for the endof the discussion with your son.
amador: apology accepted.i guess, everyone's mood
were altered, not only yours,i admit mine too.
i think it's fineto solve this like adults
and don't mix personal issueswith work.
alonso: i totally agree.amador: i'm sure that rodrigo
will be very pleasedto come back to work.
alonso: i won't let rodrigocome back to work.
i don't want and i can'toverlook what he did
to my daughter.what's more, i'm already seeing
another person to replace him.amador: you can't take
such a decisionwithout asking me.
we both are partof this company's management.
alonso: i decided it to be soand i can also decide
to finish our partnership.amador: is it a threat?
alonso: take it as you want.i set the rules here
and i won't let youor anyone blackmail me.
amador: i thought we hada friendship.
i was wrong.sergio: i really didn't expect
that you'd look for me again,much less
after what you told meyesterday.
nora: i stayedwith a bitter taste.
forgive me.it's not fair that i get even
with you for what your frienddid to my sister.
but, frankly, i thinkyou're on his side.
sergio: it's not so.he's simply my friend
and you have to get it.i'll never turn my back on him
and much less right now.rodrigo is going through hell.
i know he loves lucía.and tough he has left her alone
at the altar, it hurts himbadly having lost her.
nora: didn't he saywhy he did it?
sergio: no, he hasn't told meanything and despite my trying
to find a reason,i can't find it.
nora: i have no idea either.sergio: by the way,
who's the woman who meddledwhen we were talking
on the phone last night?nora: my aunt, the nun.
but don't worry.she won't bother us anymore.
let's better talkabout you and me.
sergio: do you mean it?nora: i'm very serious.
rodrigo: i guess he didn'taccept that i would go back
to work, right?amador: the last word
is not said yet.rodrigo: leave it like that.
it's useless to insist.amador: i'm not a conformist
and you neither.rodrigo: i really don't know
if i want to go back.amador: so what are you going
to do? won't you work or what?rodrigo: that damned factory
is not the only placewhere i can do it.
amador: you know perfectlyyou barely have experience.
if you had that positionand that wage,
it was thanks to me.being close to me,
you were protected.rodrigo: i don't need you
to protect meor do me any favor.
thank you.amador: where do you go?
rodrigo: to pick up my things.i don't want anything to do
with that talavera factory.deal alone with your interests.
amador: be careful, please.won't you do any folly.
alonso will be there,and you'll run into him.
rodrigo: i don't care.we already talked
about what we had to.goodbye.
lucía: answer me.is it true that you agreed
on chucking my aunt outof the house?
alonso: i really don't likewhat's going on,
but this time i can't meddlein their conflicts.
lucía: i don't get you.when there's a problem
you never look aside.you always try to solve,
to reconcile.why do you stand still now?
alonso: this time,i can't do anything.
lucía: tell me the truth.is something i may not know
going on?alonso: it's the same old thing.
there isn't a good relationbetween your aunts, honey.
lucía: well, and if i ask youto support my aunt
so she won't leave.alonso: i repeat, this time,
i can't do anything.lucía: all right.
don't do anything,then i'm off with her.
alonso: wait a moment.i won't let you too
blackmail me.lucía: it's not blackmailing.
letting your wifechuck her own sister out
of the house,is being on her side.
but i already got how things areand it makes me so sad.
it's obvious that latelywe don't agree on anything.
rodrigo: lucía, lucía, lucía!please.
hi.lucía: how are you doing?
rodrigo: better.lucía: great.
rodrigo: wait, please.lucía: let go of me.
rodrigo: you'll neverforgive me, right?
lucía: for god's sake,even the question is foolish.
rodrigo: don't go like this,please.
lucía: i already told youi don't want you to touch me,
get close or look at me.rodrigo: i didn't want--
marcelo: you already heard her.leave her alone.
rodrigo: who are you?marcelo: it doesn't matter.
the only thing that matters hereis that lucía doesn't want
anything with you anymore.rodrigo: tell this moron
not to meddlewhere he shouldn't
and that despite all,you still love me as i love you.