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Monday, 30 April 2012 05:29

Malta: Another Scintillating Episode of D.R.E.A.M.S this Evening

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One of the most interesting things about local television is that it is normally modeled on what is happening around the globe but then with a stroke of genius, there is always the right amount of characteristics that make it nationalistic in a method that the issues dealt with are real and in deep need of attention. One of the most influential projects on television that has lived up to the hype and prowess that was expected is the one being aired on Television Malta at the moment going by the name of D.R.E.A.M.S which has been given a weekly slot on Monday evenings, somewhat known as prime-time. We have worked closely with the cast, the crew and the writers and can honestly say that the hard work is somewhat exhibited in the production of the show itself. This evening will mark the launch of another new episode, one filled with emotions, a breathtaking storyline and ultimately, an interesting source of charm.

Last week must have been one of the most difficult episodes that Rewind Productions had to deal with noting that the focal point was just one story-line but nevertheless, that is all set to change this evening. The teaser which is promoted through the medium of television and social networks every week shows that the argument between Susanne (Ruth Sammut Casingena) and her sister Cynthia. They dealt with what had happened in the past through a series of flashbacks and it seems that there is more to the story between them, Gloria (Joanna Busuttil) and Robert (Andre' Penza). The issue lies with the fact that there was a case of 'robbery' in broad daylight causing a different future, without knowing what could have ultimately happened if faith had played a natural course. Sue as she is known for short spoke to her sister about the notes that Robert had been receiving but ultimately denied her involvement. Nevertheless, she approaches Robert to discuss with him what she has learnt in the past couple of minutes from talking to her sister.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzosZoPHJpM

The story surrounding Jasmine Vassallo Grima (Rachael Tedesco Triccas) is one of the most interesting at the moment because there are quite a number of people who unfortunately have to lead lives with health issues but fighting through will always be the best remedy possible. In the preview, it seems that her mother who goes by the name of Doreen (Mariella Chetcuti Delmar) receives a visit from her sister, the mother (Shirley Blake) of Antoinette Balzan (Analise Psaila) who also happens to be a practicing physician. It seems that Robert is not the only one facing issues as his wife Gloria is somewhat being pestered by her old school friend Edward who was and still seems to be infatuated with her lingering beauty. Gloria is at the moment feeling neglected and might be giving into his sweet charm but will her will power be enough to push him away? That is of course, yet to be seen!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnO89BgAQYc

This television series is the original work of Evelyn Saliba La Rosa and Michael Vella Haber who in turn write the lyrics to all of the tracks performed as opposed to the music which is written by Ray Agius, the man who wrote the last two winners of the 'Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza' as well as the Maltese Eurovision entries in 1995 entitled 'Keep Me In Mind' and also in 1997 entitled 'Let Me Fly'. A number of supporting members of the cast have stunning musical credentials including former Junior Eurovision Song Contest representatives; Nicole Azzopardi (2010) and Daniel Testa (2008) whilst former Sfida contestant Rachel Genovese is also in the fray along with the stunning winner of 'ID' known as Analise Psaila. The episode will be airing at it's usual slot around 20:30 CET on Television Malta (TVM) which is the visual channel for the Public Broadcasting Services.

Source: Jessica Vella De Sauveterre, Television Malta

Last modified on Monday, 30 April 2012 05:29