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In an isolated Orthodox convent in Romania, Alina has just been reunited with Voichita after spending several years in Germany. The two young women have supported and loved each other since meeting as children in an orphanage. Alina wants Voichita to leave and return with her to 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 attempt 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 in 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 her 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 religious choice she has made. She decides to free Alina - but her decision comes too late. Inspired by the non-fiction novels of Tatiana Niculescu Bran.
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Release Date Beyond The Hills Mar 8, 2013 Limited
Genres Beyond The Hills : Art House & International,Drama


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User Count Like for Beyond The Hills : 390
All Critics Ranting For Beyond The Hills : 7.2
All Critics Count For Beyond The Hills : 21
All Critics Percentage For Beyond The Hills : 71 %

Actors For Beyond The Hills

Cosmina Stratan,Cristina Flutur,Valeriu Andriuta,Dana Tapalaga,Catalina Harabagiu,Dionisie Vitcu,Gina Tandura,Ionut Ghinea,Nora Covali,Vica Agache

Review For Beyond The Hills

The trouble with that is that Beyond the Hills seems like a movie that's been almost preconceived to be powerful. There's a grandiosity to it, but not much mystery.
Owen Gleiberman-Entertainment Weekly

Running two-and-a-half engrossing hours, "Beyond the Hills" explores the push and pull between the collective and the individual, between faith and free will.
Manohla Dargis-New York Times

Assisted by passionless central performances and dull dialogue, Mungiu succeeds only in exhausting our patience, not in conveying a message.
Eric D.

It maintains the movement's stylistic roots in no-frills naturalism and long single takes, but it makes a definitive break in terms of subject matter, tackling a timeless human drama in a contemporary setting.
Stephen Dalton-Hollywood Reporter

For all the arresting imagery and intensity on display here, there doesn't seem to be a point to this very long film beyond a very obvious one: showing just how terribly stupid and destructive belief can be when not underpinned by some measure of reason.
Stan Hall-Oregonian

Almost like a subdued, savagely Eastern European version of nunsploitation.
Tim Brayton-Antagony & Ecstasy

Beyond the Hills may not be for everyone, but there's no denying that it's as intoxicating in its suggestions as it is alluring in its depiction of two people segregated by their differing beliefs
Jamie Neish-HeyUGuys

An exhausting, challenging, even draining but richly powerful film about a crisis between friendship and faith.
Shaun Munro-What Culture

This singular director refuses to offer judgment or omniscient analysis. The film abounds with striking images and dry, dry humour.
Donald Clarke-Irish Times

An engrossing psychological drama about what happens in a monastery when the zealousness of faith leads to suffering and separation rather than healing and wholeness.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat-Spirituality and Practice

It's Cristian Mungiu's staging and compositional skill that lends the material its true sense of dawning dread.
Nick Schager-Slant Magazine

Long, tough to watch, Mungiu's follow-up to 4 months is a riveting and provocative chronicle about individual versus church and state, love and free will, again centering on the complex bond between two women.
Emanuel Levy-EmanuelLevy.Com

A omething of a disappointment. The initially fascinating, ambiguous relationship between the two young women is overwhelmed by the hysteria spawned by her unflaggingly intense presence at the monastery
Karina Longworth-L.A. Weekly

A cerebral melodrama of the most steely, bare and brutal kind.
Dave Calhoun-Time Out

Spare, unadorned and strikingly shot, Cristian Mungiu's film is an unusual rendering of a Romanian exorcism case and is bound to split both audience and critical opinions... But it will certainly not pass unnoticed.
Dan Fainaru-Screen International

While there's an almost tragic inexorability to the events depicted, the film frequently surprises by providing small but telling details and ambiguities.
Geoff Andrew-Sight and Sound

A pretty serious misstep, overthought and overwrought, with some big ideas buried beneath a leaden approach and a cast that simply can't enliven material that never manages to lurch to life.
Drew McWeeny-HitFix

There are exchanges, ambiguities and a noggin-scratcher of a final shot that I'm still mulling over days later, but the sense that this ground has been trod over many times has shaken my faith a bit.
David Fear-Time Out New York

Enthralling, mysterious and intimately upsetting - a terrible demonstration of how poverty creates a space which irrational fear must fill.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]

A lengthy Romanian drama in which religious piety comes in for a stylish but monotonous bashing.
Robbie Collin-Daily Telegraph

Mungiu has few peers when it comes to formally rigorous nail-biters, but I'd like to see him tackle material he's more conflicted about.
Mike D'Angelo-AV Club

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