A Day for a Miracle
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"A Day for a Miracle" a.k.a. "The Miracle of Carinthia": A Day for a Miracle is a TV movie, directed by Andreas Prochaska in 2011 and produced by Rowboat Film- und Fernsehproduktion and Graf Film for public German TV channel ZDF and Austrian ORF. The film is based on real events, telling the story of a 3-year-old girl from Austria, who fell into the lake behind her parent's house in 1998, and had been under water for 30 minutes when she was found. Nobody believed she had a chance at survival when the young cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Markus Thalmann took up the seemingly hopeless fight for the young girl's life. His rescue has written medical history. The screenplay was written by Christoph Silber and Thorsten Wettcke.
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