La Mujer de Mi Hermano Poster

Release Date: 2005

R|1 hr 29 min

Plot Summary
An attractive young woman's search for passion after nearly a decade of marriage leads her to turn to her husband's brother. Although she is reinvigorated by their romance, her decision sets in motion a series of events that forever threaten the ties that bind them.

Cast: Bárbara Mori, Christian Meier, Manolo Cardona, Gaby Espino, Beto Cuevas, Bruno Bichir, Angélica Aragón

Director: Ricardo de Montreuil

Genres: Drama

Production Co: Shallow Entertainment

Keywords: Marriage, Forbidden love, Family, Brother, Melodramatic, Deception, Passionate, Relationships, Husband, Wife, Fall, Transformation, 2000s

Ratings & Reviews

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  • Some movies sell and you don't know why. With La Mujer de mi Hermano, a big-screen romantic drama with the aura of a nicely steamed telenovela, you know why: because the three stars look good in plush white bathrobes, that's why. show more

  • Mexican soap opera star Bárbara Mori may be the most beautiful woman to grace an American screen this year, and female viewers may feel similarly about her male co-stars Christian Meier and Manolo Cardona. But a telenovela with three gorgeous actors is still a telenovela. show more

  • Essentially a telenovela with cinematic pretensions, La Mujer de Mi Hermano (My Brother's Wife) is a vapid slab of soap depicting a love triangle among three remarkably uninteresting characters. show more

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