Miracles happen to those who believe in them. It is a saying you’ve probably heard at one point in your life. But do miracles really happen?
Well, this is a documentary showing that miracles can actually happen. The documentary features three children with correctable disabilities, living in the Dominican Republic, Niger and the Philippines.
They find healing in hospitals of CURE international. For these children, miracles are not only supernatural, but also surprising.
We are all flawed people, but the short documentary shows that miracles happen in ways, and through people, we may not always expect.
The documentary has a touch of religious point, as it shows that doing what Jesus preaches can result in a positive deed.
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