The Miracle


1h 36m 1991

Brief Synopsis

The fantasies of a teenage boy turn to obsession in this mysterious story set in a small seaside town outside Dublin.

Film Details

Also Known As
Miracle
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Angels the Costumiers; British Screen Finance; Cine Electric, Ltd.; Eastman Kodak; Film Finances, Inc.; Filmfour International; Guiness Mahon & Company; Jdc; Location Caterers; MIRAMAX; Palace Pictures; Sales Company; Technicolor; Twickenham Film Studios; Twickenham Studios
Distribution Company
CINEPLEX ODEON FILMS/MIRAMAX; Cineplex Odeon Films; Cineplex Odeon Films; Live Home Video; MIRAMAX; Nippon Herald Films, Inc; Palace Pictures; SF Studios; Senator Film Verleih; Svensk Filmindustri Norway; Wild Bunch AG
Location
Wicklow, Ireland; Bray County, Ireland; Dublin, Ireland

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Synopsis

The fantasies of a teenage boy turn to obsession in this mysterious story set in a small seaside town outside Dublin.

Crew

Christopher Ackland

Dialogue Editor

Wendy Asher

Wardrobe Assistant

Russ Bailey

Construction Manager

Alec Bassett

Carpenter

John Battsek

Publicity

Gay Brabazon

2nd Assistant Director

Tommy Brennan

Other

David Brown

1st Assistant Director

Abi Cohen

Casting Assistant

Tom Collins

Stills Photographer

Larry Comerford

Other

Eileen Conroy

Other

Tony Cook

Boom Swinger

Paddy Corcoran

Other

Dougal Cousins

Trainee Assistant Director

Jackie Crawford

Boom Assistant

Eddie Cunningham

Carpenter

Tony Delany

Makeup Artist

Con Dempsey

Best Boy

James Devis

Additional Photography

P.j. Dillon

Trainee Camera Assistant

Anne Dudley

Original Music Score

Nick Dudman

Makeup Effects Designer

Anne Dunne

Hairdresser

Arthur Dunne

Other

Carol Dunne

Trainee Hairdresser

John Dunne

Stagehand

Paddy Dunne

Other

Pat Egan

Unit Driver

Terry Eiffe

Electrician

Gemma Fallon

Production Manager

Susie Figgis

Casting

Mary Finlay

2nd Assistant Editor

Eugene Finnegan

Minibus Driver

Philip Fitzsimons

Chief Electrician

Paul Fleming

Other

Maurice Foley

Special Effects Supervisor

Sarah Frazel

Stunt Artist

Brendan Galvin

Other

Dan Gane

Assistant Editor

Michael Garland

Palace Accountant

John Gilbert

Standby Props Driver

Johnny Gilbert

Driver

Martin Grace

Stunt Arranger

Peter Hill

Electrical Driver

Eddie Humphries

Carpenter

Gemma Jackson

Production Designer

Neil Jordan

From Story ("Night In Tunisia")

Neil Jordan

Screenwriter

George Joyce

Carpenter

Elizabeth Karlsen

Production Supervisor (Palace)

Jimmy Kavanagh

Other

John Lamon

Carpenter

Andy Lee

Stagehand

Ailbhe Lemass

Assistant Make-Up

Patrick Mason

Other

Seamus Mccabe

Props Dressing Driver

John Mcdonnel

Location Manager

Katy Mcguiness

Legal Advisor

Rhona Mcgurk

Wardrobe Supervisor

Nuala Mckernan

Standby Props

Jimmy Merrigan

Other

Margaret Moggan

Trainee Production Coordinator

Owen Monaghan

Dressing Props

Albert Moore

Lions Provider And Trainer

Redmond Morris

Producer

Richard Morrison

Titles Designer

Lisa Mulachy

3rd Assistant Director

Sunny Mulligan

Production Buyer

Owen Murname

Other

John W Murphy

Grip

Bairbre Murray

Art Department Trainee

Rupert Murray

Lighting

Paul Myler

Production Accountant

Colin Nicholson

Sound Mixer

Colin Nicolson

Sound Mixer

Niamh Nolan

Production Coordinator

Vivion O'brien

Standby Carpenter

William O'brien

Other

Robin O'donoghue

Dubbing Mixer

Eamonn O'higgins

Props Master

Jimmy O'meara

Standby Stagehand

Shane O'neill

Other

Lorcan O'toole

Carpenter

Mick O'toole

Stagehand

Laerke Pedersen

Script Supervisor

Courtney Pine

Solo Saxophone

Eddie Powell

Stunt Artist

Nik Powell

Executive Producer

Sandy Powell

Costume Designer

Robert Quinn

Location Assistant

Brenda Rawn

Director'S Assistant

Michael Roberts

Camera Operator

Martyn Robinson

Assistant Sound Editor

Philippe Rousselot

Director Of Photography

Pat Ryder

Electrician

Kevin Scott

Generator Operator

Phil Searls

Carpenter

Imelda Sheehan

Casting Assistant

Annie Siggin

Assistant Art Director

P J Smith

Standby Props

Charlotte Somers

Trainee Assistant Director

Joke Van Wijk

Editor

John Wall

Construction Driver

Derek Wallace

Dressing Props

Bob Weinstein

Co-Executive Producer

Harvey Weinstein

Co-Executive Producer

David Wilson

Art Director

Stephen Woolley

Producer

Christy Yourell

Other

Film Details

Also Known As
Miracle
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Angels the Costumiers; British Screen Finance; Cine Electric, Ltd.; Eastman Kodak; Film Finances, Inc.; Filmfour International; Guiness Mahon & Company; Jdc; Location Caterers; MIRAMAX; Palace Pictures; Sales Company; Technicolor; Twickenham Film Studios; Twickenham Studios
Distribution Company
CINEPLEX ODEON FILMS/MIRAMAX; Cineplex Odeon Films; Cineplex Odeon Films; Live Home Video; MIRAMAX; Nippon Herald Films, Inc; Palace Pictures; SF Studios; Senator Film Verleih; Svensk Filmindustri Norway; Wild Bunch AG
Location
Wicklow, Ireland; Bray County, Ireland; Dublin, Ireland

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for the 1991 European Film Award in the category of Best Feature Film.

Released in United States Summer July 3, 1991

Released in United States July 19, 1991

Released in United States on Video January 22, 1992

Released in United States 1991

Released in United States February 1991

Released in United States August 1991

Released in United States 1993

Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica February 28 - March 8, 1991.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 16 - June 9, 1991.

Shown at Berlin Film Festival (in competition) February 15-26, 1991.

Shown at Norwegian Film Festival in Haugesund August 18-24, 1991.

Palace Pictures is the main producton company, with Miramax Films contributing money for distribution rights.

Completed shooting July 10, 1990.

Began shooting April 30, 1990.

Released in United States Summer July 3, 1991

Released in United States July 19, 1991 (Los Angeles, Chicago and Washington, D.C.)

Released in United States 1991 (Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica February 28 - March 8, 1991.)

Released in United States 1991 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 16 - June 9, 1991.)

Released in United States February 1991 (Shown at Berlin Film Festival (in competition) February 15-26, 1991.)

Released in United States August 1991 (Shown at Norwegian Film Festival in Haugesund August 18-24, 1991.)

Released in United States 1993 (Shown at AFI/Los Angeles International Film Festival (Tribute to Miramax: Ten Years of Hits) June 10 ¿ July 1, 1993.)

Released in United States on Video January 22, 1992