Sometimes known as "El Sucursal del Cielo" [Heaven's Subsidiary], Cali, Colombia is where our story takes place. Told from the perspective of three families living in the same neighborhood during the seventies, the Lizcanos, the Belacazars, and the Menas, the story focuses on such topics as customs and traditions, forbidden love, and race relations, with a backdrop of true historical events.
The famous Colombian series, "La sucursal del cielo" [Heaven's Subsidiary], focuses on such topics as the customs and traditions, forbidden love and race relations of three families living in the same neighborhood in Cali in 1971. The introduction features the popular salsa, "Agúzate" by Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz.
The closeness of two families from the same Colombian neighborhood, the Belalcazars and the Lizcanos, goes far beyond the proximity of their residences.
At a New Year's gathering for the two families, different dynamics become apparent between different couples.
In 1971, in anticipation of the Pan American Games to be held in Cali, Colombia, the overwhelming pace of the city's development is the topic of conversation at a multifamily celebration.
As they announce to their neighbors the news of her starting college and his first test flight, Soledad and Samuel's parents could not be prouder of them.