The story of the 1917 miracle of Fatima, in which the Virgin Mary appeared to three children--two girs and one boy.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ines Orsini ...
Lorenzo Duarte
Tito Junco ...
José María Lado ...
Antonio Abóbora
María Dulce ...
Eugenio Domingo ...
Antonia Plana ...
María Rosa
Julia Caba Alba ...
Félix Fernández ...
Rafael Bardem ...
Padre Manuel
Fernando Sancho ...
Comunista 1
Juan Espantaleón ...
Mario Berriatúa ...
Antonio Riquelme ...
Milagros Leal


The story of the 1917 miracle of Fatima, in which the Virgin Mary appeared to three children--two girs and one boy.

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7 October 1951 (Portugal)  »

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Senhora de Fátima  »

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1.37 : 1
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Not what it should be
6 November 2011 | by (The world of artists) – See all my reviews

There are a few movie versions of the famous miracle of Our Lady of Fátima. Apparently this is the first of them. But I always have my doubts. Is this *REALLY* the very first movie adaptation of this story? I remember well having seen years ago at school a movie about this story which was very old and (I believe) in black and white and in Portuguese - and I remember liking it.

Couldn't have been this one version, could it? I don't think so. I actually thought this would be it, but my expectations went down the drain from the start. First off, this movie is in Spanish! Second, the 3 leading youngsters were supposed to be children (like they were in real life) but what we got here are 3 grown-up teenagers. These two details alone harmed the movie for me, and then the rest of it frankly left a lot to be desired. Even the colored version in English was better than this.

This one doesn't even seem that loyal to the real-life story to me and doesn't show that much of it. Not that I lived in that time, but from the knowledge I got of it...

Please don't take so personally my criticism on the fact that this film is Spanish. I have nothing against spanishes or their cinema. The issue here is that this is a Portuguese story and therefore it should be made as a Portuguese movie, never as a movie of another nationality (no matter which).

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