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The 13th Day (2009)

Faith's answer to the DaVinci Code, a true story of a miracle in Fatima. In a world torn apart by persecution, war and oppression, three children were chosen to carry a message of hope to the world.

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Helen L. Brady (additional scenes), Dominic Higgins | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jane Lesley Jane Lesley ... Maria Dos Santos
Tarek Merlin Tarek Merlin ... Arturo Oliviera Santos
Michael D'Cruze Michael D'Cruze ... Antonio Dos Santos
Maria Carson Maria Carson ... Older Lucia
Filipa Fernandes Filipa Fernandes ... Lucia Dos Santos
Vitor Machado Vitor Machado ... Francisco Marto
Ana-Sofia Vilas Boas Ana-Sofia Vilas Boas ... Jacinta Marto
Derek Horsham ... Tito Marto
Kelley Costigan ... Olympia Marto
John Gorick John Gorick ... Father Ferreira
Jordanna Tin Jordanna Tin ... The Blessed Mary
Diana Marquês Guerra ... Carolina Santos (as Deana Marques)
Andrew Fitch ... Government Official
Ivan de Lucas Ivan de Lucas ... Jailor
Anthony Baines Anthony Baines ... Prisoner
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Faith's answer to the DaVinci Code, a true story of a miracle in Fatima. In a world torn apart by persecution, war and oppression, three children were chosen to carry a message of hope to the world.

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hope | fatima | faith | miracle | portugal | See All (19) »

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In a time of lost innocence, the faith of three children will inspire thousands and make the world believe in miracles


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Goofs

When, at the third apparition, the flames from the angel's sword are stopped by Our Lady, you can see an image of rays emanating from her left hand. However, according to the account of Sr. Lucia, this should be her right hand. See more »

Quotes

Reporter: And you resent this favoritism of God's?
Antonio Dos Santos: It is pointless to resent what is out of our hands.
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Connections

Followed by Finding Fatima (2010) See more »

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A bit off
20 February 2018 | by tgleason-28636See all my reviews

I was greatly saddened that they omitted 'Jesus' from the Hail Mary they prayed in the prison scene. Also, I just read that the children stopped dancing and singing after the Apparition, but the film seemed to focus on the dancing and singing, which is unfortunate because for truly devout Catholics, we know that dancing and singing tend towards worldliness. The black and white and eerie messaging seemed be the focus, rather than the Apparition itself. I think aspects of the messaging were very accurate like the persecution the children experienced, but it did not express the depth of the simplicity of the message and the religiosity. I think the children didn't demonstrate how deep their conversion really was.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 September 2010 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Fatima - A 13. napon See more »

Filming Locations:

Fatima, Portugal See more »

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Budget:

GBP1,000,000 (estimated)
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13th Day Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital | Dolby (Dolby Surround)| Dolby SR
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