'The Father Who Moves Mountains': Release date, spoilers and all about Netflix drama
There's tons of new content dropping on Netflix this month and some of the foreign dramas part of that roster have already been smashing hits with the audience. 'The Father Who Moves Mountains' is a Romanian drama that's all set to release in September. The film comes in a week after 'Into the Night' Season 2 that was well-received by fans.
Directed by Daniel Sandu, 'The Father Who Moves Mountains' follows the tale of a retired intelligence officer who searches for his son after he goes missing in the mountains. And ahead of the much-anticipated release, here are some of the foreign content you can check out from Netflix — 'The Valhalla Murders', ‘Who Killed Sara?’, and ‘Post Mortem: No One Dies in Skarnes’
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Release date and how to watch
'The Father Who Moves Mountains' releases on September 17 on Netflix. Viewers can download the Netflix app from Google Play Store and Apple App Store to watch the flick.
The official synopsis reads: "Mircea, a retired intelligence officer, finds out that his son from has gone missing in the mountains. After days of searches, Mircea put his own rescue team together, leading to altercation with the local squad."
Adrian Titieni as Mircea
Titieni plays the intelligence officer who searches for his missing son. The renowned Romanian theater and film actor has starred in a string of projects. His best works include 'Graduation' (2016), 'Illegitimate' (2016) and 'Puzzle' (2013). He will be seen next in 'Sabina - Tortured for Christ, the Nazi Years.'
Valeriu Andriuta as Cristian Nistor
The Lasovsk-born actor has quite a few films to his credit. He is best known for 'Occident' and 'Beyond The Hills. According to IMDb, the actor graduated from The Theater and Film Institute in Tbilisi (Georgia) with a BA in stage acting. Bogdan Nechifor, Cristian Bota, Elena Purea, Judith State, Petronela Grigorescu, Radu Botar, Tudor Smoleanu, and Virgil Aioanei round up the rest of the cast.
Daniel Sandu serves as the director. His previous works include 'One Step Behind the Seraphim', 'Tuff Money', and 'Hackerville'
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