Ni Contigo... Ni Sin Ti: synopsis

Ni Contigo... Ni Sin Ti is a telenovela that begin airing on February 28, 2011 in Mexico, starring Eduardo Santamarina, Laura Carmine, Erick Elias, Alessandra Rosaldo, Sabine Moussier, as the main protagonists and Ricardo Franco, Otto Sirgo and Andrea Torre as the main antagonists. This is one of the first soap operas in which Sabine Moussier is not performing a villain role. Ni Contigo... Ni Sin Ti: synopsis

Original airing   
Mexico in February 28, 2011
El Salvador in May 5, 2011

Leo, a blind resident, is the one who is marked out for linking this world with the one of the wealthiest families. Leo became blind because of the accident occurred when he was 15 years old, his personality does not correspond in no way to the personality which is usually exposed in the soap operas on disabled persons. On the contrary, Leo is quite optimistic and happy.

Nicole comes to live in the same building complex that Leo lives. Nicole left his home town due to the destruction caused by a hurricane.

Leo works selling encyclopedias and teaching Braille at the local museum while Nicole came to study artistic design. They both meet and fall in love with each other. Nicole works in a exclusive boutique run by Eleonor. Eleonor has a daughter named Monica. After a complicated relationship between mother and daughter, there is a big secret.

In the same building complex lives Julia and Iker. Julia is constantly looking for job and meets Iker, a good-looking young man. Unfortunately there is a misunderstanding between them and Iker felt rejected by Julia since Julia is about to marry Octavio, a middle-aged man that does his willing without thinking about the others.

The story tells also about other couples, including understanding and disappointment, which represent an entertaining and sophisticated alternative. The roles of middle-aged lovers are played by Rodrigo, Lucía and Ana María, who fully complete the overall story.

There are also two worlds, of course not situated together. That would have been a typical case. Here reach people are wealthy upper-class, those who have a nice house in a district of uptown, but never a mansion in the suburbs. Humble people are not so poor, of course, but they have a job that supports them appropriately.

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