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What shapes the Maltese identity, culture and Religious roots? What is St Paul's significance in Malta? Is it true that St Paul the Apostle arrived in Malta? These questions are answered in our docu-drama 'The Shipwreck', an in-house production...more
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B'Kara, Malta Triq S. Sommier | The Shipwreck, Birkirkara, Island of Malta BKR 4611, Malta
This is a bit overrated IMHO. The sound and picture quality are pretty awful, the narrative jumps all over the place. It also has a strong proselytising character. That would be OK if it were made clear in the publicity. Still this is a fascinating...More
The Shipwreck is a fantastic docudrama about the encounter of Saint Paul the Apostle and the island of Malta.It is captivating, educational and inspiring.
It tells the story of the last trip of the Apostle towards Rome in 60AD. It is an experience of what...More
This was an interesting way of telling the story of Paul the apostle. This story is so tied in with the story of Malta and how Christianity came to the island.
A very good multi media presentation of the Bible story in an unbiased manner....More
It was not so easy to find the place, which is as such an oasis of calm not far from main through roads. The film, mostly made with green screen technology, tells the story of the shipwreck of apostle Paul on the Maltese islands a...More
This is a tricky place to reach.we travelled by car but you can get near there by bus. The Shipwreck presentation is housed within an Ammeus Centre. The presentation was magnetic drawing you into the goings on. Surprising amount of new facts learnt. Well worth...More
The Shipwrecked, was recommended to me by a previous visitor so I checked it out and absolutely loved it. This is really informative and helps to watch it before visiting The Cathedral in Mdina, or st Paul church in Valletta. It is technologically advanced and...More