Total corruption and sky-high crime are among the most obvious signs of post-totalitarian reality in Bulgaria. Gangsters and politicians are hastily making vast fortunes in a market economy...
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The film sends us to the 17th century when Bulgaria was a part of the Ottoman Empire. Four hoodlums break into the house of the shepherd Karaivan, raping and killing his wife in full view ... See full summary »
He is well educated, charming, and gallant - a dream for each lonely lady. In reality he is a skillful swindler, who robs naive women. Cheating merchants with guilty consciences are his ... See full summary »
In 1945, on the battlefields in Hungary, three Bulgarian soldiers from the reserve have to fight for the liberation of the country. They are totally unprepared for the war and have no ... See full summary »
A concert to celebrate Bulgaria joining the EU is being planned at the Embassy in London and it is the job of VARADIN, the new ambassador, to ensure the Queen attends. But with corrupt ... See full summary »
'The Hedgehogs' are a group of youngsters who are trying to gain control of the empty space between the blocks of flats, which they want to convert into a basketball court. The resistance ... See full summary »
The 1960s was the time of Beatles and Rolling Stones, the time of sexual revolution. These events have their echo in Bulgarian English-learning school. The school order provokes a protest of the students due to the narrow-minded teachers.
A dentistry student, graduating with honor, does not get the desired job and has to start working as a MASTER OF ALL TRADES in a construction company. He has to paint walls, clean chimneys,... See full summary »
Petar B. Vasilev
Mother (Lily), son (Malín) and stepfather, and a poor relation between the latter two. Lily always refused to tell who was Malín's real father. But Malín gradually uncovered the secret. ... See full summary »
Margarit and Margarita are high school senior students. They are madly in love. And so proud and independent that they are often in trouble with their parents and teachers. They quit school... See full summary »
Total corruption and sky-high crime are among the most obvious signs of post-totalitarian reality in Bulgaria. Gangsters and politicians are hastily making vast fortunes in a market economy under the law of the jungle where straight civil servants are few and far between. One of them is Rado, an Anti-Mafia Corps captain. He has a beautiful wife and a loving 7-year old daughter. One day Rado finds out that the wife has a lover, and his boss is on the Mafia payroll. Written by
Georgi Djulgerov <firstname.lastname@example.org>