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The true story of Nicoleta Valery Grossu’s amazing survival in a Romanian Communist prison camp and how faith in the Lord enabled her to transcend the relentless cruelty.

It was an experience unspeakably brutal… To be taken away from home and thrown in jail without any trial. To be interrogated night after night, having to spend your days in a cell. To be tortured to give away innocent people. To have the courage to say what you think no matter the consequences. To see how a fellow inmate swaps sides and becomes your worst enemy. Not to be able to help your beloved ones imprisoned along with you. You can betray. You can die. Or you can find God. Nicoleta Valery Grossu found God in the communist prisons. Blessed be thy name, prison! This is the story of her life.

Runtime: 90 min

Release: 2002

Cast: Maria Ploae, Dorina lazer, Ecaterina Nazare

Director: Nicolae Margineanu

2 thoughts to “Bless You Prison (2002)

  • Julie B.

    I LOVED Nicoleta’s attitude. At times when I’m in pain, when I remember her story, I try to adopt her attitude and smile at my torturer (the pain)…and be friends with it. Not easy to do, but I have tried a few times, haha.

  • Sorena Marble

    This movie was not my favorite, I am sorry to say. It was just sad for me. She was tortured and miss-treated for no apparent reason at all. I was sad watching her suffer so much and there was no mercy. Simply striped of her dignity for her captor’s pleasure.
    She remained strong and courageous through out her prison stay. The one redeeming scene for me was when she was talking to a prisoner that was in her same cell. Cell number 24 and she felt lifted and loved when she was able to read all of the Psalms Nicoleta had written on the wall during her stay.


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