Miracle at Sant'Anna is the story of four American soldiers, a group of Italian villagers, a band of partisans, and a small boy, who ail encounter a miracle - though perhaps the true miracle lies in themselves. High in the Tuscan mountains the four soldiers, part of the famed 92nd Division of African-American 'Buffalo' soldiers, rescue a traumatised Italian boy from the Germans and stumble into a war-torn village looking for help. Separated from the rest of their division, the soldiers find refuge among the villagers, while the partisans keep careful watch from the nearby mountains. But the boy has a secret to reveal - something terrible has happened at Sant'Anna that will affect them all. Traversing class, race, and geography, Miracle at Sant'Anna is a moving evocation of the cruelty, passion and heroism of war. Above all, it is a hymn to the brotherhood of man and the power to do good that lives in each of us.