USA drama was recently picked up for a third season, set to premiere in 2018On the USA crime drama — an adaptation of the Telemundo telenovela “La Reina del Sur” — Falcon plays Camila Vargas, the powerful leader of a drug cartel who takes Alice Braga’s character under her wing.“She wants to inspire her daughter, she wants to teacher her to be a strong women like we all do,” Falcon said, speaking of Camila’s motivations.“Camila is a complicated character,” she continued.
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- Big Sur’s Ventana resort to reopen with new name
By Jeanne Cooper - Thursday Jul 27, 2017
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- New Jersey city has Mexican flavor of the state of Puebla
By CLAUDIA TORRENS, Associated Press - Thursday Jul 20, 2017
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