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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $117,287Details
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Synopsis

In an isolated Orthodox convent in Romania, Alina h as just been reunited with Voichita after spending several years in Germany. T he two young women have supported and loved each other since meeting as chi ldren in an orphanage. Alina wants Voichita to leave and return with her t o Germany, but Voichita has found refuge in faith and a family in the nuns and their priest, and refuses. Alina cannot understand her friend's choice. In her attem pt to win back Voichita's affection, she challenges the priest. She is taken to hospital and the people of the monastery start to suspect that she is possessed. When the doctors send her back, Alina is included i n the monastic routine in the hope that she will find peace. But her condition worsens and they finally have to tie her to a wooden plank to prevent her from hurting herself. After ruling out all other options, the priest and nuns decide to read h er prayers to deliver those possessed by the Evil One. They perform an exorcism , but the result is not what they had hoped, and Voichita begins to doubt the re ligious choice she has made. She decides to free Alina - but her decision comes too late.

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Movie Details

Theatrical Release: March 8th, 2013 (Limited) by IFC Films, released as Beyond the Hills
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Keywords: Orthodox Religion, Orphan, Inspired by a True Story, Possessed, Romance, LGBT, Religious
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Mobra Films, Les Films du Fleuve, France 3 Cinema, Mandragora Movies, Why Not Productions

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Cast

Cosmina Strantan    Voichita
Cristina Flutur    Alina
Valeriu Andriuta    The Priest
Dana Tapalaga    Mother Superior
Catalina Harabagiu    Nun Antonia
Gina Tandura    Nun Iustina
Vica Agache    Sister Elisabeta
Nora Covali    Nun Pahomia
Dionisie Vitcu    Mr. Valerica
Ionut Ghinea    Ionut

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Cristian Mungiu
Screenwriter    Cristian Mungiu
Inspired by the Non-Fiction Novels by    Tatiana Niculescu Bran
Producer    Cristian Mungiu
Production Designer    Calin Papura
Production Designer    Mihaela Poenaru
Editing    Mircea Olteanu
Sound    Cristian Tarnovetchi
Cinematographer    Oleg Mutu
Co-Producer    Pascal Caucheteux
Co-Producer    Gregoire Sorlat
Co-Producer    Vincent Maraval
Co-Producer    Jean-Pierre Dardenne
Co-Producer    Luc Dardenne
Co-Producer    Jean Labadie
Co-Producer    Bobby Paunescu

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/03/08 68 $14,622   3 $4,874   $14,622 3
2013/03/15 58 $23,634 +62% 14 $1,688   $45,867 10
2013/03/22 77 $8,592 -64% 7 $1,227   $66,910 17
2013/03/29 77 $9,082 +6% 10 $908   $81,846 24
2013/04/05 74 $8,342 -8% 12 $695   $96,189 31
2013/04/12 85 $4,671 -44% 7 $667   $105,159 38
2013/04/19 89 $2,758 -41% 10 $276   $109,248 45
2013/06/07 80 $1,532   1 $1,532   $110,780 94
2013/06/14 83 $1,459 -5% 1 $1,459   $112,708 101
2013/06/21 80 $1,498 +3% 1 $1,498   $115,749 108
2013/07/26 92 $310   1 $310   $19,609 143

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