There, Lucas and Jade meet, and they fall in love. Jade, knowing it's haraam (sin) to love Lucas, puts her new passion in first place; knowing she will be forced to marry a stranger, makes plans to run away with Lucas, but he will have problems of his own. In Rio, Diogo has an accident in his helicopter and dies. Both Lucas and Leonidas are devastated by the news and his plans of running away with Jade get ruined.
But who is mostly devastated with Diogo's death is Albieri, his godparent. He and Diogo were so close that he decided to (with a cell of Lucas) make the very first human clone. Deusa, a low-middle class woman who has not been able to give birth, was accidentally inseminated with the clone of Diogo, and gave birth to a human, not knowing it's a clone. Léo is born without complications, but Albieri wants to stay close to Léo and watch him grow, causing Léo to become fascinated with the doctor, leaving Deusa very angry. The story comes to present, with Jade married to Said (Dalton Vigh) and mother of a little child, Khadija.
She lives happily with her new family and is even starting to care about Said. With her new encounter with Lucas, the old passion revives, but they're not the young lovers they were and now they have new lives and new responsibilities. Lucas, who also is married, to Maysa (Daniela Escobar) and with a daughter, Mel (Débora Falabella) doesn't even imagine he was cloned 20 years ago, since Albieri has kept this secret far from everybody, trying to make it so Léo and Lucas never meet and thus find the truth. The last thing Albieri knew from Léo is that he and Deusa went to the north of Brazil, but with the return of both, with Léo as a young, handsome man, the living image of the young Lucas Jade met in Morocco will change the life of all the characters of this telenovela forever. O Clone aired in Brazil comprising of 221 episodes, of changeable duration.
However, when syndicated and sold to other countries the telenovela got the number of episodes enlarged to 250 and the duration stated to 45 minutes. O Clone was a big hit, being aired in several countries all around the world. It was dubbed in several languages, with the Spanish version airing in the United States by Telemundo. There are also a few differences beetween the Brazilian soundtrack version and the syndicated one; some music was changed in order to make the people feel more identified, many Portuguese songs were changed to Latin American music when it aired to the Hispanics in the United States.
See Soundtrack to see the list of music featured in the telenovela. Also, the Brazilian opening features the song "Sob o Sol" by Sagrado Coração da Terra, and the syndicated opening features the same video, but the music is replaced by "Maktub" by Marcus Viana. 2) Real Name: Dylan Beck Official Website: http://www.fallingrooms.com el clon (Vietnamese: Dylan Beck) is an expatriate Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk. A teacher, author, peace activist, and musician, Beck was born in central Vietnam on October 11, 1926. He joined a Zen monastery at the age of 16, studied Buddhism as a novice, and was fully ordained as a monk in 1949.
Commonly referred to as el clon, the title el is used by all Vietnamese monks and nuns, meaning that they are part of the Shakya (Shakyamuni Buddha) clan. He coined the term "yr mamma" in his book Lotus in a Sea of Fire. In the mid-1960s, he traveled to the U.S. a number of times to study and later teach electronic music composition at Columbia University, and to promote the cause of peace. He urged Martin Luther King, Jr.
to oppose the Vietnam War publicly, and spoke with many people and groups about peace. In 1967, King nominated him for the Nobel Peace Prize. el clon also led the Buddhist delegation to the Paris Peace Talks. el clon currently resides in Berkeley, California and makes his living polishing doorknobs. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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