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The Miracle According to Salomé (2004)

O Milagre segundo Salomé (original title)
An alternative, almost heretical, explanation for the Fátima apparition of Our Lady and related miracles.

Director:

Mário Barroso

Writers:

José Rodrigues Miguéis (novel), Carlos Saboga (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Nicolau Breyner Nicolau Breyner ... Sertório Cerqueira
Ana Bandeira Ana Bandeira ... Salomé
Ricardo Pereira ... Gabriel
Paulo Pires ... Mota Santos
Filipe Duarte ... Tenente Brás
Ana Padrão Ana Padrão ... Dona Rosa
Margarida Miranda Margarida Miranda ... Judite
Margarida Vila-Nova ... Natacha
Carlos Vaz Carlos Vaz ... Joaquim, the chauffeur
João Didelet João Didelet ... Luciano
Ana Zanatti Ana Zanatti ... Laura de Acanto
Mário Barroso Mário Barroso ... Monsenhor
Sofia Sá da Bandeira ... Matilde
Adelaide de Sousa ... Odete
Isa Gonçalves Isa Gonçalves ... Beatriz
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An alternative, almost heretical, explanation for the Fátima apparition of Our Lady and related miracles.

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Drama

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Official Sites:

Official site [Portugal]

Country:

Portugal | France

Language:

Portuguese

Release Date:

13 May 2004 (Portugal) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$79,581
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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Excellent form but not so good contents
10 February 2014 | by valadasSee all my reviews

A beautiful movie from the visual point of view. Excellent interior sceneries and framings, a very steady players direction and a superb performance of the main actors and actresses. Sequence of images and scenes fluid and pleasant. So what's the movie's flaw after all? We are told a story of a pretty young prostitute of a luxury brothel frequented by rich and important men like politicians, bankers, generals and even judges (at least one Supreme Court judge is seen there). One of them, an important banker, falls in love with her and takes her to live with him. But from then on a succession of sentimental dramatic episodes take place relating the girl's behaviour with events that occurred in Portugal after the date in 1917 when 3 children shepherds (one boy and two girls) declared they had seen and listened to the Virgin Mary Who had appeared to them on the top of a holm-oak which has been accepted by the Catholic Church constituting what is called The Miracle of Fatima. This succession of episodes is somewhat slack with a few unexplained and inconsistent details. The pity is that these contents don't correspond with the brilliant movie form.


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