I've written before (1, 2) about the differences in perception between Internet message board participants and the public at large.
(Important: if the youtube version seems to have video and audio out of sync, please click on the second version that requires Flash)
Here, you can read (it's in Spanish) a fragment of another emblematic scene in which Doble M confronts her daughter's reaction when the latter learns that, unbeknownst to her father, her mother is working outside her home.
- When she asks La Diabla to tatoo on her forearm the name of her loved ones, so that she doesn't forget them.
- When her son Juan finally finds her after two days.
- The final resolution to her storyline, one that could not have a traditional happy end.
I believe that in both cases-- Doble M and Peregrina, it's easy to appreciate what can be accomplished when a good script meets performance talent and commitment.