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"Chiquititas Rincón de luz" Film - 2001

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 Chiquititas: Rincón de luz (English: Tiny Angels: Corner of Light) is a 2001 Argentine fantasy-adventure film directed by José Luis Massa and written by Alex Ferrara and Walter Ferrara. It stars Romina Yan, and is a feature film of the Chiquititas successful telenovela series which began on Argentine television in 1995. The film was released in Argentina on July 12, 2001, and is produced by Cris Morena, creator of Chiquititas original television series.

Alongside Yan, it guest stars Facundo Arana as her romantic partner (also from the television show, third and fourth seasons), Franklin Caicedo as the Wise Man, Alejandra Flechner and Juan Leyrado as the antagonists. The young cast is formed by Camila Bordonaba, Benjamín Rojas, Felipe Colombo, Luisana Lopilato, Nadia Di Cello, Natalia Melcon, Cristian Belgrano, Sebastián Francini, Agustín Sierra, and Brian Vainberg as Tok the Elf, all of them from the show's sixth season, Chiquititas 2000.

STORY

 Belén is a young woman who leaves her world of magic, music and fantasy, in order to live her own fairy tale, following the offerings from an old Wise Man and his tiny elf assistant, Tok. She picks a story she is going to create by living it. As Belén starts reading the Tale of the Blue Diamonds, she is taken to a small village where she immediately looks for a job. Through the handsome miner Alejo, Belén learns about the legend of the Blue Diamonds surrounding that region. Nearby the kindly town, she discovers the Rincón de Niños Huerfanos, a horrendous place where a group of oppressed young orphans is forced into heavy labor. Their masters are the Colonel Estévez and the janitor Marga. The lives of the young prisoners are touched and changed after Belén starts working at the manor, as she relieves their pain, filing their lives with love and songs. Belén helps the children in her persistence toward a better life, that guides them to Alejo and the Diamonds themselves, also wanted by Estévez.

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