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I doyde denyat (1973)

Action takes place during one day - 9.09.1944. This is a day, when Bulgaria goes out from Nazi coalition and join to antifascist countries. The supporters of Nazi regime are still fighting ... See full summary »

Director:

Georgi Djulgerov

Writer:

Vasil Akiov
2 wins. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Plamen Maslarov Plamen Maslarov ... Mustafa
Elena Mirtchofska ... Pshenichka (as Elena Mirchovska)
Asen Kisimov Asen Kisimov ... Matej
Pantelej Pantaleev Pantelej Pantaleev ... Cerni
Marin Yanev Marin Yanev ... Glasat na Cherni
Kliment Mihaylov Kliment Mihaylov ... Varlamkata
Velko Kynev Velko Kynev ... Glasat na Varlamkata
Ivan Kozhucharov Ivan Kozhucharov ... Fantom
Vassil Mihajlov Vassil Mihajlov ... Glasat na Fantoma
Valcho Kamarashev Valcho Kamarashev ... Dabitza
Alexander Lilov Alexander Lilov ... Matey vtori
Ivan Grigorov Ivan Grigorov ... Frao
Veljo Goranov Veljo Goranov ... Politzayat-nasilnik
Mihail Markov Mihail Markov ... Ubietzat na Varlamkata
Nikola Todev Nikola Todev ... Popat
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Storyline

Action takes place during one day - 9.09.1944. This is a day, when Bulgaria goes out from Nazi coalition and join to antifascist countries. The supporters of Nazi regime are still fighting back. The partisan detachments are coming soon from mountains. The film's young protagonist Mustafa is one of them. He will have to answer for himself important moral questions which the revolution asks of every man. He should decide for himself where exactly the boundary between justified and unjustified violence lies. This is a longest day in Mustafa life - the day of his coming of age. On this day he experiences his first doubt. Mustafa remembers a night when they had orders to kill a political instigator but his friend Matey has killed his child by mistake. Matey receives a light sentence but his guilty conscience makes him put an end to his life. Another young boy joins the troupe and receives his name. He acts without questioning orders and without displaying doubt. One of his tasks is to ... Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

21 December 1973 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

And the Day Came See more »

Filming Locations:

Rilski monastir, Bulgaria See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Boyana Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Trivia

This film shows for the first time in Bulgarian cinema mass execution without sentence just after 9 September 1944. Three directors - Eduard Sachariev, Plamen Maslarov and Panteley Pantaleev - and one painter - Ivan Kozhucharov played the four main characters. See more »

Soundtracks

Grazy Birds
from "Symphony No.4"
Music by Lyubomir Pipkov
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