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Hijos del Desierto Reveals Josefina’s Sad End: The Protagonist Sent a Shocking Letter to His Father



A preview showed that the fictional character had a sad ending in Germany featuring drug addiction.

melodrama children of the desert This Monday’s Chapter Preview Shows We Continue Toward Its End what happened to Josefina’s character, Played by Fernanda Finsterbush.

as he said, 7th pagein fiction, the young woman sent a letter to her father, Cornelius Bormann (Marcelo Alonso), in which she expressed her feelings. Tired of living in Nazi Germany, After marrying Conrad Brown (Guilherme Sepulveda).

Without going any further, this meant that the character disappeared from screens for several months, giving way to the theory that he might die in Europe.

Josefina’s letter from “Children of the Desert”

According to the aforementioned media, Alonso’s character in the film was reading a messy letter when he suddenly found a letter from his daughter.

Then began the story of a woman expressing herself. Tired of what was going on in Germany at the time, Considering the plot is set in the 30’s.

“Life here is not what I expected, Vati (father).

Only marches and more military marches take place in the streets. Men, women and children in uniform hold flags and the sound of drums is no longer bearable.

I thought I could be happy here, and I think I was at first, but now I’m scared. Scared of Conrad Brown, scared of myself. I am weak and here these people do not like weakness, Vati. He is not going to allow me to go back to Chile and I don’t know how long I can take it.

Please, Dad. Only you can help me. Please get me out of here”.

Shortly before leaving the topic of Children of the desert, It turns out that Josefina is addicted to heroin, a very dangerous drug.

Meanwhile, soap opera spoilers suggest that Bormann will have a dramatic ending in the story.

Source: Biobiochile

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