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Sergio Albelli

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The Special Forces raid the bunker of mob boss Molocco, but they find him on the floor covered in blood. In the kitchen, a statuette of the Virgin Mary is weeping blood. Prime Minister Pietromarchi is taken to a disused swimming pool where General Votta shows him the statuette: it’s weeping human blood, nine liters per hour; a miracle defying any law of physics. Police hematologist Sandra secretly takes a sample, the plasma of which she administers to her mother, who’s in a coma.
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Like The Devil Wears Prada meets The Mary Tyler Moore Show, this series follows fashion newbie Irene as she works her way up the ranks at top Italian fashion magazine Appeal in 1970s Milan. A fun, colorful celebration of Italian fashion.
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When problems with her son pull Rita away from an interview with Valentino in Rome, she asks Irene and Monica to cover for her.
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While Monica gets creative with a children’s fashion shoot in Milan, Irene travels to the Missonis’ at Sumirago to fetch some clothes for a shoot.
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Irene, now single, travels to Morocco for a photo shoot for Lella Curiel. When her model falls ill she has to find a quick fix.
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Fashion Milan is preparing for a big event: Krizia’s catwalk at the Triennale. When Rita doesn't show, Irene decides to take her place.
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Rita asks Irene, who has just passed her journalism exam, to accompany her to Giorgio Armani’s studio where he is preparing the first collection in his name.
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While Monica is managing to carry out a children's fashion shoot with a creative idea, Irene has to go to the Missonis' at Sumirago to fetch some clothes for a shoot.
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Nava and Ludovica have abandoned Appeal to found rival magazine Fascino, and have lured away top talent from Appeal.
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Fashion entrepreneur Beppe Modenese organizes Idea Como, an innovative opportunity for designers and weavers to meet.
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Carlo is dead and the Prime Minister’s house is besieged by journalists. Alma runs out and shouts to the cameras that it is her fault if Carlo is dead. Marcello has promised Clelia that he will go into treatment in Switzerland, but instead he finds a gun and goes to the abandoned swimming pool to look for the Madonna. What will happen to this miraculous statue?
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Salvo is told by the mob boss to kill his son. After the pool incident, Carlo is in a bad place and Sole is overwhelmed by guilt. At the rehabilitation center, Marcello receives a visit by Clelia, who suggests he escape. Fabrizio prays to the Holy Virgin to save his son. After tests, it is found that Amin’s blood doesn’t match with that of the Madonna. The statue is returned to its pedestal and starts weeping again.
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Amin Tarek recruits two laborers in the street, but dies in an accident before the eyes of her boyfriend, Hassan. Back in Rome, the Prime Minister begins to have the same strange visions as Sole and Marcello. Sole’s mother, Ginevra, takes the kids out of town so that their mother can be interviewed. During a stop on the road, Alma convinces Carlo to steal a small glowing cube, but Alma throws the cube into the pool. In the meantime, Sandra has flown to Belgium to find Amin.
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The Prime Minister, stressed out due to a constant loss of political consensus, wants his wife to apologize publicly for slapping her son. She accepts, but sacks her children’s nanny out of revenge, causing great pain to her daughter. Against Sandra’s opinion, the Madonna is frozen and hence stops weeping, whilst Votta’s investigations turn to the sanctuary of Barbana, where it seems the statuette of the Virgin was bought. Meanwhile, the database associates the identikit to a name: Amin Tarek.
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Molocco asks Salvo to kill his own son, Nicolino: the only way to make up for the mistake. Meanwhile, the Madonna is still crying and Sole slaps her son in the middle of a shopping mall. The video soon goes viral. Marcello’s life is turned upside down too: just when he believes he has seen the Holy Virgin in a dream, he learns he has been suspended from the priesthood. A text message informs Sandra that the gene mapping is ready on the statue’s blood.
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The family of Nicolino, the child who was playing with the boss’s daughter, is banished, even if the boy’s father Salvo is one of the boss’s henchmen. Meanwhile, Votta goes to question the boss in prison, but finds him dead. For this reason, the General asks Sandra to send the blood to a state-of-the-art laboratory in Phoenix. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister and the priest meet again: “It really is a miracle,” Marcello tells him, “and if the Holy Virgin has appeared, there must be a reason.”
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At the First Holy Communion party of Beatrice, the daughter of mob boss Molocco, a tragedy occurs. In Rome meanwhile, Sole – the Prime Minister’s wife – is having trouble managing her kids; Sandra continues her investigations trying to understand the effects the plasma has had on her mother, but the woman is still in a coma.. The Prime Minister meets Father Marcello, whom he knows from years back. “Miracles are for those who don’t believe, or who are losing their faith,” the priest tells him.
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The Special Forces raid the bunker of mob boss Molocco, but they find him on the floor covered in blood. In the kitchen, a statuette of the Virgin Mary is weeping blood. Prime Minister Pietromarchi is taken to a disused swimming pool where General Votta shows him the statuette: it’s weeping human blood, nine liters per hour; a miracle defying any law of physics. Police hematologist Sandra secretly takes a sample, the plasma of which she administers to her mother, who’s in a coma. On the other side of town, Father Marcello, a priest of the suburbs, squanders money gambling and going with sex workers.
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