Romanian psychological thriller “Miracle”, directed by Bogdan George Apetri, won the Grand Prize of the international competition at the 37th edition of the Warsaw Film Festival.
I go to any festival; I do nothing but represent the whole team that worked hard on the film. The film is not about the director, but about the people who put their shoulder to it. So any prize – as it is now in Warsaw – is not mine, but ours. I share it with every team member that signed Miracol / Miracle, from the first to the last manDirector Bogdan Geoge Apetri
The feature film “Miracle” was presented for the first time at the Venice International Film Festival 2021. The film can be seen on the big screens starting February 4, 2022.
“Miracle” is part of a trilogy, being the second film after “Unidentified”, the latter being rewarded with the Anonymous 2021 trophy.
“Miracle” is an action movie, police, being divided into two chapters. In the first part, the film follows Cristina Tofan (Ioana Bugarin), a young nun at the beginning of the road, who manages to escape from an isolated monastery to reach a hospital in the neighboring town. Unfortunately, she encounters some problems on the way back and has an unexpected fate. In the second part of the film, Marius Preda (Emanuel Pârvu), the police inspector who is investigating her disappearance, goes in search of her. He retraces the route followed by Cristina step by step. His investigation reveals certain clues and confessions, and the nun’s disappearance hides certain things that need to be revealed in order to understand the truth behind Cristina’s actions.
The action takes place in Patra Neamț, the hometown of director Bogdan George Apetri. The actors in the main roles are Ioana Bugarin and Emanuel Pârvu. The cast also includes Cezar Antal, Ovidiu Crişan, Valeriu Andriuţă, Ana Ularu, Valentin Popescu, Marian Râlea, Nora Covali, Natalia Călin, Cătălina Moga, Olimpia Mălai, Vasile Muraru and Mircea Postelnicu.