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Have you seen them? Loving you hurts: this is what the places where the film was recorded look like | VIDEO

One of the most emblematic films in Mexico is without a doubt Loving You hurts. Thus, 20 years after its premiere, some scenes have been revealed on social networks where the most iconic scenes were recorded. How do they look today? Here we present the images.

It was through a TikTok video where it was revealed how The locations of the emblematic places of the film directed by Fernando Sariñana and starring Martha Higareda and Luis Fernando Peña (Renata and Ulises) shine.

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According to what was presented by thefilmtoursmx –on TikTok– the locations of the most emblematic places through Google Maps of the film seem to be very changed, some even seem to have ceased to exist, as they became larger or are private land.

For example, the Santa Fe shopping center, an essential setting for the story since it is there where the main couple meets, has changed radically. This one is located in Vasco de Quiroga Avenue number 3800 in Colonia Santa Fe Cuajimalpa, in Cuajimalpa de Morelos, Mexico City.

Another of the changed areas is the famous bridge where Ulises makes a graffiti. This one is located in Paseo de la Reforma Extension. In Google Maps, the illustration with the name “Ephedra” appears.

In the viral video of the tiktoker it was also possible to show the house of Renata and Ulises. The house of the protagonist of the story is located in the San Lorenzo Copilco neighborhood and is a private property. The balcony where the young woman went out to see Ulises was covered with several plants.

Meanwhile, Ulises’ house is in Colonia Carlos A. Madrazo, next to the Patio Santa Fe Shopping Center square.

Without further ado, here we leave you the video that, as expected, has already gone viral:


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Reference from www.milenio.com

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