The Miracle of Our Lady Fatima
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The Miracle of Our Lady Fatima
Like its spiritual predecessor Song of Bernadette, The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima is based on a true story. The year is 1917: the place, Fatima, Portugal. While tending sheep, three farm children (Susan Whitney, Sherry Jackson and Sammy Ogg) claim to see a vision of the Virgin Mary. The local adults insist that the kids keep quiet about this vision, fearing reprisals from the anti-Catholic Portuguese government. But word gets out, and soon thousand of pilgrims are flocking to Fatima, awaiting the "miracle" that the vision promised to deliver to the three youngsters. And, then, on… More

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"John Brahm tries to balance simplicity and spectacle in this WWI Portuguese-set religious tale, but uncharacteristically ends up making a pious and dull movie; even Max Steiner's powerful, Oscar-nominated score can't help much."
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
"Never quite emerges from the shadow of the earlier, superior The Song of Bernadette, but ups the ante with sterner opposition… and a more dramatic climax."
‑ Steven D. Greydanus, Decent Films Guide
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