Soap opera ‘Pantanal’: José Leôncio disappoints Filó once again by remembering Madeleine

At novel “Pantanal”Madeleine (Karine Teles) will again be mentioned by José Leôncio (Marcos Palmeira) to Filó (Dira Paes) causing disappointment again in Tadeu’s mother (José Loreto). This occurs when the housewife asks her partner about his feelings towards Jove’s mother (Jesuíta Barbosa) and the farmer is very direct.

“I can’t say what she was, or what she wasn’t. I just know that, after her, my heart stopped beating inside my chest”, says José Leôncio, about to be surprised by the arrival of his third child. It is after having sex with the farmer again that Filó decides to declare himself.

“Before you, my fate was to kill the will of others… It was only after you arrived in my life that I came to know what it was to have pleasure”, she says, anticipates the official website of the nine o’clock soap opera, which can reserve a big change in relation to the end of Alcides (Juliano Cazarré).

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Soap opera ‘Pantanal’: Filó is speechless with José Leôncio’s speech

At that moment, Tadeu’s father makes a reference to his bastard son. “How good those times were. When I gave you back I didn’t know that the son you were in the stomach was mine”, says Joventino’s son (Irandhir Santos). Filó then decides to question his companion about Madeleine, being the victim of a tragedy.

“She was the only love you ever had, wasn’t she?” asks the housewife. And that is where José Leôncio decides to act with extreme sincerity. “I can’t say what she was or wasn’t. I just know that, after her, my heart stopped beating inside my chest”, he says.

Filó is speechless with the words of his partner and father of his only child in the soap opera that was first shown in 1990 by the extinct TV Manchete. “Pantanal”, by Benedito Ruy Barbosa, was reprized three times and won the main television awards, being elected Best Novel by the Press Trophy and by the APCA (Paulista Association of Art Critics).

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