My Big Witchy Wedding
Mihaela Minca is considered the most powerful witch in Europe. As her son prepares to take to the aisle in an arranged marriage, a camera crew prepares to capture what is sure to be a lavish spectacle and a major cultural event for the region. The oddball and breezy My Big Witchy Wedding is the resulting documentary, an intriguing examination of how ancient rituals and customs can survive in our fast-paced and permissive modern society.
At 17 years of age, her son Antonio is about to enter a profound new stage in his life like any groom-to-be. But his circumstances are a little different from the norm. He is marrying his cousin - a beautiful young virgin named Beatrice - with whom he seems to share little chemistry. Mihaela chose her son's bride when he was a young child of seven. It's crucial, she claims, that this union continues the familial bloodline that will ensure the longevity of their witchy traditions.
The ceremony promises to be the grandest witch event of the decade. The family indulges in a series of pre-wedding rituals - a concert of cleansing waters, spells and burning sage designed to scare away bad spirits. There are frays at the seams of this union, however. The bride seems rehearsed and pressured to wed at such an early age, and without a partner of her own choosing. Meanwhile, the priest, who is fully expecting to conduct a traditional religious ceremony, is oblivious to the witch rituals that will also play a part.
Throughout the journey to the big day, we learn the challenges that await the young bride as the torch bearer of tradition within the family. We also understand the hopes and ambitions that reside within the heart of her domineering mother-in-law. Success is ensured, the mother says, because she has done her due diligence in casting the proper spells.
Will the wedding go off without a hitch? Will this young couple live happily ever after? The anticipation of these answers is a significant part of the allure of My Big Witchy Wedding, as is the unique glimpse into this strange and superstitious culture. The conclusion does not disappoint.
Directed by: Grant Armour
Mihaela Minca is a scam. They have no power and cheat money.
I payed her Thousands of dollars and they asked for more
It's absurd the way these gypsies people scam!
PLEASE ANYBODY WHO SEES THIS DON'T BELIEVE THEM GYPSIES IT'S A SCAM
These are another bunch of Romania gypsies with no real power.
No results, over price and said 100% guarantee within 9 days to 30days.
They had advertised everywhere in Broadly and Vices from Youtube, Facebook, Instagram.
Their procedure of spam comes with the below strategies.
Firstly I tried love spells with them, then after 3 days they mentioned that I have been hex by another woman who is with the man.
Need to pay to return the hex spell to that woman.
A week later, they mentioned you need to buy protection talisman.
Her daughter asked you to buy her a new smart phone because she helped to send the Talisman package, LMAO!!!
And of coz i didn't buy her the freaking phone.
Bunch of Romania gypsies with no real power as shown in the Youtube.
I have questioned them why more than 90, no results?
They said I need to buy another tailsman in gold becos the another woman make another hex on me.
When ask for more money, they speedy replies your messages.
When you do not entertaining anymore and ask for updates of spells. They don't reply you and ignore.
Then their mother Mihaela Minca gave excuses that she's sick and in the hospital, her daughter had complication of giving birth and so on. Can't give updates or perform rituals.
Gals please stay away from them and this is my personal experience sharing.
It's great to watch but really why are you paying Hungarian Rhapsody by Franz LIzt. Please don't mix Romania and Hungary up. Thanks.
I read the other comments on this documentary. Of course it is a charade...but they have fun with it!
Very interesting. A complete charade in my opinion, but interesting nonetheless, and well done. Is it witchcraft being used to justify human behavior or the other way around Antonio's dad probably got laid off and they needed the money back to pay for all the damn bling.
Normalization of satanism. Total moral fail. ZERO stars.