January 24, 2014
A trial of faith unfolds at the apex of World War I, when secrets are revealed to three courageous Portuguese children through a series of apparitions, while their doubting family and aggressive anti-Christian government officials try to silence them from sharing these messages that will change the world.
The feature film on Fatima will be an adventure about the lives of three little shepherd children and their attempt to do what “The Lady” asks of them despite efforts to thwart their mission, whether by the torturous means employed by local authorities, overcoming disbelieving clerics and parents, and unbelieving journalists attempting to discredit the youngsters. This harrowing story shows that the faith of a mustard seed can move mountains and inspire a whole nation and eventually the world to come to support the three little shepherds.
The story is set during World War I in fascist Portugal, on the eve of the Bolshevik Revolution, at the onset of what would become the most tumultuous century in man’s history. The message is one of belief, faith and ultimately Peace as God’s promise. The Message is not one just for Catholics, but for the whole world whether, Jew, Muslim, Orthodox, Protestant or non-believer. Who can deny that Peace is what this world craves?