For the vast majority of viewers Beyond Illusion, the perpetual empire of evil is already unbearable in the six o’clock soap opera. Against Joaquim (Danilo Mesquita) and Úrsula (Bárbara Paz), no intervention from the protagonists seems to work and the main villain duo manage to swim against all odds of the sea and enjoy its privileges without much effort. This situation will end soon, because very soon, Heloisa (Paloma Duarte) and Olivia (Débora Ozório) will find that they are mother and daughter and will embark on an intense journey against evil in the plot.
From the beginning of the second phase of Beyond the Illusion, many already believed faithfully in the kinship between Heloísa and Olivia, after all both showed very similar profiles, in addition to the qualities that made them practically a perfect match in the storyline. With so much evidence in the air, author Alessandra Poggi included concrete information about the blood distribution between the characters through a flashback that showed Heloísa dissatisfied with the abuse of Matias (Antonio Calloni), Olivia’s real father.
Heloísa suffers greatly from her past in Beyond the Illusion. Photo: Reproduction/Globo Heloísa suffers greatly from her past in Além da Illusion. Photo: Reproduction / Globo
The activist gained prominence in the story through the activist attitude at the weaving mill, which sought improvements in working conditions and called for measures to ensure a dignified journey for employees. Apparently, she quickly became a thorn in Joaquim’s side, who did everything he could to destroy her, even using Onofre (Guilherme Silva) as informants and henchmen in his spare time. However, the worker revolted against the boss and has since put him on the enemy list.
Heloísa and Olivia have always hit it off, but discovering the truth about their relationship will put the duo in a sticky situation that will soon give way to an electrifying adventure in search of the longawaited triumph of good in Beyond the Illusion.
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