In the village of Fuentecilla, there is a medicinal spa which was very popular in the past but that now has been forgotten by the public. In order to bring back the tourists, the "prominent men" of the village organize a fake miracle: the apparition of San Dimas, the local patron saint, which will take place every Thursday night. At first it works, but trouble begins when a stranger appears, claiming that he knows what's going on and making peculiar demands in exchange for his silence.
Did You Know?
The film was censored in Spain and some parts were cut, also a whole new opening was re-shot and the final shot of the movie was also changed, all to eliminate ecclesiastical references that the censors of that time didn't like. The full version of the film could be found through other copies found in the Czech Republic, Belgium and Italy. See more
On the other hand it was suggested that all the content of the film should be the result of an overflowing fantasy, during a summer nap, of the owner of the spa, who when waking up and referring the dream to his friends reproached that comic-burlesque farce. See more