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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 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

At the end of the movie, a verse is incorrectly quoted as being from Matthew 11:15, where it should be Matthew 11:25. 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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This film has shone a light for me and opened a door
17 March 2014 | by steveparkinsnSee all my reviews

Before watching this film I classed my self as an agnostic, believe in something but not sure what.

In January 2014, a distant friend of mine from my past asked me if I had heard of the miracle of Fatima, to which I replied that I had not. He encouraged me to "Google" it, which I did. I was instantly surprised by what I found.

I am a person that does not believing something unless it can be verified and proved. I may have an open mind on something until proved or dis-proved. Faith and the bible fell in to that category, I neither believed or dis-believed as there was no proof, just lots written about things thousands of years ago.

The film, portraits very well the events leading up to Oct 13th 1917, coupled with actual photographs. Up to 100,000 witnesses saw the same thing. Believers and none believers reported the same things. People miles away from the event also reported seeing the same (so no mass hypnosis going on).

But it is not just the films story that converted me to a believer. I experienced some things very strange...

When I was recommended to watch the film I discovered that it was available to watch on Youtube. Whilst staying at my friends house I logged my smartphone (Samsung Galaxy Note I) on to my friends home internet connection as my mobile signal (Three UK) was too weak to do even the most basic things. When I went to bed late on Sunday evening I decided to watch the film. I logged on to Youtube, found the film and watched it without any buffering problems. Its one of those films that seams like it is just 30 mins. I was spellbound!

Immediately after watching the film I wanted to check some of the other video out that were no doubt about the same topic... however every time I tried to select the video my phone told me there was no internet connection, which was strange because I have just finished watching the film (The 13th Day) without a single problem! This made the hairs stand up on the back of my neck! Also, at this very same time, I don't know why, but I checked for a small lump I had had for quite a long time... and guess what? It had vanished. I had it before I watched the film and now it was completely gone!. I went to check and realised that I in fact had NOT logged on to my friends internet router )I have made a mistake earlier)and only had my mobile internet... which I knew was not working well enough.

For me, all of these things have been a wake up call and I now look on the prophesies and the Bible in a different light.

I encourage you to watch the film and "Google" things... the evidence is there. Search "Miracle of Fatima" and select images.

The worrying thing about the film is that we are running out of time to do something about it. Save yourself and everyone else you can.

Steve - steve@spmarketing.info


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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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Dolby Digital | Dolby (Dolby Surround)| Dolby SR
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