Released October 27 —

FATIMA
PG-13/Drama/Dir: Marco Pontecorvo (Harvey Keitel, Goran Visnjic, Sônia Braga) In 1917, as World War I rages across Europe, three young shepherds report multiple visions of the Virgin Mary near Fátima, Portugal. Their prophecy that only prayer and suffering will bring peace inspires believers to flock to the site but angers officials of both the secularist government and the Church, who try to coerce the children into recanting their story.

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