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FATIMA, THE ULTIMATE MYSTERY
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FATIMA, THE ULTIMATE MYSTERY.
Has Fatima marked the history of the world? Strange coincidences seem to suggest that the mysterious apparitions of Fatima have influenced the course of the history of the last 100 years ... What did Fatima have to do with the communist Revolution and the two world wars? Why was not John Paul II killed? Why did not a new nuclear war happen? Has Fatima any connection with the downfall of communism and of the Berlin Wall? And with Islam?
This documentary film, made on the occasion of the centenial of the Fatima apparitions, interweaves in a new way a fiction story, with recreations of the apparitions and a documentary, combining historical archive images with interventions of international experts...
The DVD includes 60 minutes of extra content
Could the message of Fatima provide some clues about our future? This is one of the big questions that this film of Goya Productions tries to unveil. It reveals ignored events and offers an exciting global vision.
The fiction part of the film introduces us to the story of Monica, a movie editor looking for work. Monica receives through a friend the contact of Víctor, a producer who wants to edit a documentary about the Fatima apparitions. Though reluctant because of her agnosticism, she accepts it out of sheer economic necessity. As she works on the images, extraordinary events that disturb her will be paraded into her eyes. All of a sudden, her life will be marked forever...
Original title: Fátima, el último misterio
Number of discs: 1
Running Time: 80 minutes
Languages: Spanish, English
Subtitles: Spanish, English, French, Italian and Portuguese
Genre: Documentary film
No recomendada para menores de 16 años.
System: PAL - Zone/Region 0 (all zones/regions)
Director: Andrés Garrigó
Cast: Eva Higueras, Fran Calvo, Cristina González del Valle, Alex Larumbe, Carlos Cañas and Enric Chenoll.
• Mirabile Dictu International Film Festival 2017: Nominated for Best Film
• Niepokalana Festival 2017: Best Film