The Last Appeal
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Andrea Syglowski, a young artist of Polish origin has brought Sr. Faustina Kowalska to life again on screen with her astounding performance. Caitlin Moreland plays the role of Sr. Mary to everyone's delight with her honest, down-to-earth and impeccable character.
The Last Appeal is a compelling message of Divine Mercy for our time that has already touched millions of souls and continues to do so in the Third Millennium, bringing hope and spreading love to many. The great legendary of our times, Pope John Paul II, canonized her as the saint of the new millennium on April 30th, 2000.
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Having read St. Faustina's diary (Divine Mercy in my soul) and studied Divine Mercy for several years, we found several inaccuracies; although one may say they are minor, there is no excuse on why they are not accurate.
For example, Jesus asked St. Faustina to paint the image of Divine Mercy while she was in her cell, not while she was cleaning floors. Also, when Jesus asks her for the image, she was overwhelmed and concerned; the demeanor the protagonist displays in this movie is not in line with the disposition of a saint. Sisters don't wear make-up, nor do they keep their hair when they are professed.
I do believe the intention was good, but it falls short.