The 1917 Miracle that Made History



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Product Code:
0.56 (in)
Size (HxW):
7.5 x 5.38 (in)
Publication date:
October 27, 2020
113 minutes
2.5 oz
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A powerful and uplifting feature film that tells the dramatic true story of the apparitions of the Mother of God in 1917 to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal. The revelations from their visions inspire believers but anger officials of both the Church and the secular government, who try to force them to recant their story. The children must convince them of Our Lady’s appearances, and her urgent message to the world for prayer, penance and conversion.

As word of their visions spreads, tens of thousands of pilgrims flock to Fatima in hopes of witnessing a miracle. Over 70,000 witnesses experience the spectacular Miracle of the Sun that will change their lives forever. Stars Harvey Keitel, Gorin Visnjic, Joaquim de Almeida, Sonia Braga, Stephanie Gil, and Lucia Moniz.

Endorsed by the Vatican and Fatima Shrine, with original song by Andrea Bocelli.

Includes Bonus Features with 8 “Behind the Scenes” Featurettes, and a special piece highlighting Andrea Bocelli and his inspiring original movie song.

Includes Bonus Features with 8 "Behind the Scenes" Featurettes:

  1. Andrea Bocelli: The Making Of Gratia Plena
  2. Meet the Seers of FATIMA
  3. Meet the cast of FATIMA
  4. The Making of a Miracle
  5. The vision of Director Marco Pontecorvo
  6. Costume Design and the Art of Daniela Ciancio
  7. Set Design and the Art of Cristina Onori
  8. Behind the lens of FATIMA

Subtitles: English SDH (CC), French Canadian, Latin American Spanish

*** NOTE: This is a Region 1 film so will only play in Canada, the United States and U.S. territories.***

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  • 5
    This universe is a miracle

    Posted by Charlie Schmidt on Nov 14th 2020

    This 2020 film version of the 1917 miracle at Fatima is a superb movie. This movie is faithful to what happens and gives an accurate picture of what happened. The acting is well done, especially the performance of the lead actress, Estefania Gil. This 2020 movie compares favorably with the excellent 1952 movie The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima. The movie has a quote by Albert Einstein that "There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” He was correct, and the right answer is that everything is a miracle, and miracles come from God. Mary of Nazareth appeared to the children at Fatima to deliver a message, which is that the reason there are wars is that people have forgotten about God. Skeptics claim that miracles don't happen, yet this movie is about a miracle witnessed by 70,000 people. And Lucia in the movie notes how Jacinta's corpse miraculously didn't decay after death. A big thumbs up!