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Mera spored mera (1981)

Early 20th c. This is an era of seething passions, aspirations for freedom and national self-identification. Uprising are incited, blood is shed. The picture features national leaders who ... See full summary »

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Georgi Djulgerov
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rousy Chanev Rousy Chanev ... Dilber Tanas
Grigor Vachkov Grigor Vachkov ... Apostol voevoda
Katia Ivanova Katia Ivanova ... Slava
Stefan Mavrodiyev Stefan Mavrodiyev ... Chernopeev
Bogdan Glishev Bogdan Glishev ... Sandanski
Christine Bartlet Christine Bartlet ... Miss Stone
Rumena Trifonova Rumena Trifonova ... Ekaterina Tzilka
Tzvetana Maneva Tzvetana Maneva ... Tasha, Bela Itza
Dimitar Buynozov Dimitar Buynozov ... Gotze Delchev
Vladimir Yochev Vladimir Yochev ... Kristyo Assenov
Margarita Karamiteva Margarita Karamiteva ... Anika
Lyudmil Todorov Lyudmil Todorov ... Muchitano
Ivan Tscherkelov Ivan Tscherkelov ... Vasil Chongalot
Georgi Todorov Georgi Todorov ... Popot Kocho
Georgi Bakhchevanov Georgi Bakhchevanov ... Gone Begenin
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Early 20th c. This is an era of seething passions, aspirations for freedom and national self-identification. Uprising are incited, blood is shed. The picture features national leaders who become heroes as early as in their lifetime. The protagonist is rank-and-file Macedonian who is unwittingly swept by the events. Later, it was his conscious choice. He was a witness of changes, crucial for the nation. He comes across legendary personalities. He gets enchanted and disappointed. He is seeking for the right answers, rethinks what he saw and experienced to tell his story in his simple, but candid and wise words of his own. Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Country:

Bulgaria

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Bulgarian

Release Date:

4 May 1981 (Bulgaria) See more »

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Measure for Measure See more »

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Bansko, Bulgaria See more »

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Boyana Film See more »
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Mono

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Color
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Mis Stoun, Glaswegian American
14 October 2006 | by SupercargoSee all my reviews

I saw this film on video tape in the home of a friend of a friend in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1982 or 1983. I don't remember much about it - one rather heavy-handed anti-Christian scene where a character believes he has seen a saint or an angel, but where the viewer is shown in a very pedagogical manner that it is an accident (or a practical joke?) and a trick of the light. The other thing I remember is the reason why I wanted to see the film in the first place. The film is (purports to be) historical and is set in the early years of the 20th century pre-WW1. The protagonist is involved with a group of nationalist freedom fighters, operating in Turkish controlled Macedonia. They kidnap a Protestant Christian missionary, Miss Stone. ("Mis Stoun" in this cast list.) At some point, to calm the savage revolutionary beasts perhaps, Miss Stone sings them a Christmas carol, "In the Bleak Mid-winter". The interest for me was that Miss Stone was played by Christine Bartlet, ("Christin" in this cast list), who was my colleague at the 114th English Medium School. If I remember right, though Miss Stone is supposed to be an American, Christine's Glaswegian accent is very apparent. I think the song was an ad lib - and therefore just possibly a goof: "In the Bleak Mid-winter" is originally a poem by Christina Rosetti and was only set to music (by Gustav Holst) in 1906. So for the song to be appropriate, the action of the scene must fall between 1906 and 1912 (the first Balkan War). But was the song so very well known, even then, that an American missionary would think to sing it under those circumstances?


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