The film traces the last year of the life of the great Bulgarian poet Peio Yavorov. A real love tragedy started from the shot that took the life of the poet's wife to the last moment of Yavorov's life.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Yavor Milushev ...
Katia Ivanova ...
Plamen Sirakov ...
Prokurorat Alexander Ognyanov (as Plamen Serakov)
Bogdan Glishev ...
Valcho Kamarashev ...
Stoyan Stoev ...
Nelli Topalova ...
Zhivko Garvanov
Boris Lukanov
Martin Penchev
Lyubomir Mladenov
Krasen Burhanlarski
Mihail Mutafov ...
(as Mutafov Mutafov)
Kiril Simov
Emilia Radeva


Lora Karavelova, the wife of the great Bulgarian poet and revolutionary Peyo Yavorov, committed suicide on November 30, 1913. The facts of the suicide committed are still obscure to this day. Almost a century expired from those days, but their tragic romance still stirs interest. For quite some time their stormy love affair had been the talk of the capital. Their married life was brief, but their tragic love has been of interest to several generations now. After Lora's death her relatives and the judiciary fanned a scandal, intending thereby to ruin the reputation of the poet. After the suicide the life of the poet is turned into an inferno. Charged with a murder, he struggles for dear life to prove his innocence. But the public is already influenced by rumors and intrigues, inspired by the case. Spurned by society, tormented by intrigue and innuendo, almost blind after a failed suicide attempt, desperate and utterly destitute and, above all, unable to get over the death of his ... Written by Georgi Djulgerov <>

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23 January 1984 (Bulgaria)  »

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File # 205/1913  »

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