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Miracle in Krakow

Directed by Diana Groó

Hungary | 95 minutes | 2004

Hungarian, Hebrew, Polish with English subtitles

In the tradition of István Szabó's Sunshine, Miracle in Krakow tells the story of Peter, a young Jewish Hungarian who grew up with his grandmother in Budapest, and her secret. The family ones owned a valuable book-collection, which was confiscated by the Nazi's during WWII. Among the collection was a book of magic his grandmother talked about every day till she died. Peter, now a bookseller, becomes obsessed with finding the book. When he locates a young girl who has the book he is faced with a new dilemma: in the process of trying to steal the book he has fallen in love.
Foreign Title Csoda Krakkóban
Director Diana Groó
Countries of Production Hungary
Year of Presentation 2004
Language(s) Hungarian, Hebrew, Polish with English subtitles
Premiere Status
Runtime 95 minutes
Principal Cast Maciej Adamczyk, Eszter Bíró, Itala Békés
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