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MIRACLE IN CRACOW

by Diana Groó

synopsis

Piotr and his grandmother Mancika comb the streets of Budapest to restore the library stolen from the family World War II - especially a book called The Silver Crown which is said to restore people to live. Fast forward 15 years: Manicka is dead and Piotr owns a bookshop in Cracow. Then a young Hungarian student called Esther arrives and the miracles begin...

international title: Miracle in Cracow
original title: Csoda Krakkóban
country: Hungary, Poland
sales agent: Vanguard Cinema
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Diana Groó
film run: 94'
release date: HU 02/12/2004
screenplay: András Szekér, Diana Groó
cast: Maciej Adamczyk, Pawel Gedlek, Franciszek Pieczka, Eszter Bíró, György Barkó, Itala Békés, Bartlomiej Slwiderski, Stanislawa Celinska, Jerzy Trela
cinematography by: Sándor Kardos
film editing: Ágnes Mógor
art director: Mónika Esztán, Ryszard Melliwa
costumes designer: Zsuzsa Balai, Jagna Janicka
music: Dániel Kardos
producer: Iwona Ziulkowska, Gábor Garami, Krzysztof Zanussi, Iván Angelusz, Péter Gárdos, Péter Reich
production: Katapult Film, Cinema-Film, Duna Workshop (Duna Mühely), Produkcji Filmowej - Instytucja Filmowa, Studio Filmowe Autograf
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