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Nakovalnya ili chuk (1972)

This is a film about two irreconcilable outlooks on the world, about the need for political struggle in the cause of humanism and social progress.

Director:

Christo Christov (as Hristo Hristov)
2 wins. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Stefan Getsov Stefan Getsov ... Georgi Dimitrov
Viliam Polónyi Viliam Polónyi ... Reichsminister Hermann Göring (as Wilyam Poloni)
Frank Obermann Frank Obermann ... Diels
Hannjo Hasse ... Nebe
Micaela Kreißler Micaela Kreißler ... Erika
Martin Flörchinger Martin Flörchinger ... Dr. Bünger
Hans Hardt-Hardtloff Hans Hardt-Hardtloff ... Kluge
Günther Simon Günther Simon ... Pfarrer
Gerd Michael Henneberg Gerd Michael Henneberg ... Reichsminister Konstantin von Neurath
Horst Giese Horst Giese ... Reichsminister Joseph Goebbels (as Horst Gize)
Ivan Andreev Ivan Andreev ... Tanev
Kolio Donchev Kolio Donchev ... Popov
Horst Friedrich Horst Friedrich
Hans Lucke Hans Lucke ... Doktorat
Holger Mahlich Holger Mahlich
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Storyline

This is a political picture about the great Bulgarian revolutionary Georgi Dimitrov - one of the leading figures in the international struggle against Nazism. He gained world during the Reichstag Fire Trial in 1933, where trumped-up charges of having set the Reichstag on fire were brought against him. At the trial the valiant Dimitrov exposed the machinations of the Nazis and turned from a defendant into an accuser. Central to the story is the face-to-face political duel between Dimitrov and Goering. Extensive documentary evidence has been used in the film whose title is widely popular quote from Goethe, which Dimitrov used in the speech he made in his own defense. Dimitrov's contacts with ordinary Germans, the memories of his wife and comrade Lyuba Ivoshevich who died young, and the meetings with his mother Parashkeva alternate with documentary shooting scenes from the time of Nazi Germany. Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

8 September 1972 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

Amboss oder Hammer sein See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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