Look, how interesting!
The small town of Iguape, in rural Sao Paulo, does not have a movie theater. The Church there decided to show “The Ten Commandments” movie in the public square and the results can be seen in the photos below. This took place last Sunday.
An interesting detail: the local priest asked us to delay the movie because he and his entire parish also wanted to watch! The same happened in the city of Registro – Sao Paulo, as you can also see in the photos below.
God bless you.
Obs.: In total, 11 million tickets were sold in Brazil. We’re short 300,000 more tickets for it to be number 1 in the history of national cinema!
Pastor Giovanni Oliveira