Hoping to rekindle the fading flame of their marriage, Pete and Donna set off on a romantic getaway at his boss's Mexican condo. But when car trouble strands them in a dusty, out-of-the-way village, they meet some extraordinary people preparing for a festival. Can a small-town priest and a little boy save their marriage---and their faith? Dove approved. Not rated. Widescreen. Approx. 89 minutes.
I caught the last part of this on TV and what I saw, I had to have it. It's not a great movie, but it is so sweet and inspiring. The little boy is precious and so determined to get his miracle. A couple with their marriage on the line, trying to have a child, end up stranded in a very small town in Mexico. This is where their lives are set in a new direction, slowly. It's just a very good movie and I am so glad I bought it.
I agree with the reviewer who said you might like this if you are a Catholic because of the worship and prayer to saints in this movie. While it's a family safe and wholesome movie, it's not really Biblical.