I really like cinema and I enjoy a good movie, but I'm no expert. When I was given the opportunity to view the film Garabandal: Only God Knows, I'll be quite frank: I thought it was going to be a documentary undoubtedly produced with loving care, but also with a reasonable dose of amateurism, not to say unprofessionalism. My surprise, my extraordinary surprise, was to realize that it is a magnificent movie. The quality of the music, photography, direction and acting make it hard to believe—if you don't know already—that it was produced at no cost, and that the main actors and extras payed for their journeys, lodging, and maintenance. I have no doubt that this beautiful movie is destined to do a lot of good, because it is going to help us grow closer to the truth of these extraordinary events that took place between 1961 and 1965 in San Sebastián de Garabandal.
Jorge Fernández Díaz
Deputy for Barcelona in the Congress of Deputies.
Minister of the Interior of Spain from 2011 to 2016.