Seven strangers journey to a village in Bosnia-Herzegovina to investigate reports of miracles and supernatural phenomena. Join two atheists, one believer, a mother struggling with cancer, a man diagnosed with ALS, a struggling addict, and a woman questioning her faith as they search for answers to life's big questions on Apparition Hill, a film by Sean Bloomfield and Cimela Kidonakis.Written by
Sean Bloomfield and Cimela Kidonakis
I have been following Medjugorje for more than 30 years. I've seen documentaries, exposés and reports; some trying to prove it, others quoting "experts" who haven't seen the inside of a church in decades or who have a vendetta against one or all the visionaries. This film does neither. It simply takes you there. It makes no arguments. I was most impressed with the sincerity, love and complete normalcy of everyone in the film. They talk about doubts, they talk about fears. They face severe troubles, they all grow in some way. I can't say more without giving away spoilers, but if you are not moved by this film, you should be checked for a pulse. Best. Documentary. Ever.
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