Three women called Milagros; born on the same date, at the same time and in the same city, and in love with the same man are marked by a prophecy in which at least one of them and the man they love will die.
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Andres Sandoval Andres Sandoval ...  Fernando 'Nando' Rendón 70 episodes, 2011-2012
Angelica Blandon ...  Milagros 'Milala' Rendón 70 episodes, 2011-2012
Johana Bahamon Johana Bahamon ...  Milagros 'Milu' Fontanarosa 70 episodes, 2011-2012
Farina Paucafranco Farina Paucafranco ...  Milagros 'Nikita' Cruz 70 episodes, 2011-2012
Juan Diego Sánchez Juan Diego Sánchez ...  Marcelo Botero 70 episodes, 2011-2012
Manuel Antonio Gómez Manuel Antonio Gómez ...  El Socio 34 episodes, 2011-2012
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Three women called Milagros; born on the same date, at the same time and in the same city, and in love with the same man are marked by a prophecy in which at least one of them and the man they love will die.

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Remake of Cuando quiero llorar no lloro (1991) See more »

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Three Reasons why "Three Milagros" continue to be a classic
20 November 2019 | by edicionccqSee all my reviews

Almost nine years old. "Three Milagros" was a hit in Colombia. The protagonists were appreciated, and the story was a masterpiece.But why?

First reason: The story was in a whole new level. Everything starts with the prophecy "When the Milagros three find themselves, Milagros and the love of Milagros will die" and since that moment you know you're in front a story full of suspense. And it does, the show is full of twists and turns. Basically, the destiny plays a significant character for the plot and the way everything developed is just amazing.

Second reason: The reality of the country. I live in Colombia, and this shows represents the diverse social status that divided us in the country. Every Milagro belongs to a different social class. The way they represent how easy is to get out with everything when you got money is accurate. The hard way to live facing death every day when you are poor is a hard truth and the way they represent the living day by day of the middle class is real. Also, the violence in Colombia is represented in here.

Third reason: The ending. Everything is pretty well wrapped up at the end. It's a little bit bittersweet but is also incredible.

In conclusion. If you got the opportunity to watch this soap opera. You should definitly do it


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