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A filmmaker travels back to his country to investigate about Virgin Mary's apparitions
Great comedy. The topic is serious. But the tone is light and ironic. A very original way of speaking about Christian faith and beliefs in a country dominated by Islam. But the film is also a family-trip. A road movie. A documentary. An investigation. A film about filmmaking. And so many other things... I particularly liked the social aspect of the film, and the part in the village when we discover how Christians and Muslims are so alike, and that all the differences we thought are essentially drifted by political orientations, rather than religious oppositions.
Funny and deep. I recommend. FG
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