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Gospa (1995)

PG | | Drama | 13 October 1995 (USA)
In 1981 in Medjugorje (BA), a group of kids claim that Virgin Mary appeared to them on a hill. The local priest believes them and spreads the word. Religious tourism blossoms. The communist government is concerned and arrests the priest.

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Father Jozo Zovko
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Milan Vukovic
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Sister Fabijana Zovko
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Miodrag Dobrovic
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father Ferdo Vlasic
Ray Girardin ...
father Zrinko Cuvalo
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Monsignor
Tony Zazula ...
prosecutor Govanovic
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judge Marulic
Angelo Santiago ...
Vlado Palic
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major Stovic
Zlatko Crnkovic ...
Zoran Rankovic
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mirko Boman ...
Juror
Slavko Brankov ...
2nd Jail Guard
Ivan Brkic ...
1st Jail Guard
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In 1981 in Medjugorje (BA), a group of kids claim that Virgin Mary appeared to them on a hill. The local priest believes them and spreads the word. Religious tourism blossoms. The communist government is concerned and arrests the priest.

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True story of miracles at Medjugorje See more »

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Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for scenes of political persecution and mild language
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Release Date:

13 October 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Gospa. El milagro de Medjugorje  »

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Budget:

$5,000,000 (estimated)

Gross:

$381,804 (USA)
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(35 mm version)|
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Film had premiere in Radio City Music Hall in New York, which was paid $120.000 for that one night, where more than 5.000 people saw the film for the first time. See more »

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Wrong portrayal
30 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a masterpiece of pro-Medjugorje propaganda. The Chancery office of the diocese of Mostar, fervently condemns as untrue all the scenes and words regarding the ecclesiastical behavior of Msr. Pavao Zanic, the former diocesan Bishop (under the name of Peter Zubric in the film) Not even a shadow of cowardliness or easing off of the bishop before the communist authorities was ever in question, let alone any type of collaboration with them, as can be concluded by watching the film...To represent Bishop Zanic as a collaborator with the communists and as a weakling in conversation with the Franciscans while talking about Medjugorje, contradicts all the bishop's public appearances and statements which are well known regarding these events. A film which abuses the name of our Lady, which does not shy away from an incorrect and insulting presentation of the local bishop...does not merit the attention of the faithful.

Stella Matunina, ora pro nobis.


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