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Kuche v chekmedzhe (1982)

This film reminds us that childhood is the best period in human's life. The story is filled with love for the children and colored with special child humor.

Director:

Dimitar Petrov

Writer:

Rada Moskova
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Veselin Prahov Veselin Prahov ... Dimitar, Mitko, Mitashki
Martin Stoyanov Martin Stoyanov ... Andro
Emil Dimitrov Emil Dimitrov ... Stefo
Lyudmila Filipova Lyudmila Filipova
Evgeniya Genova Evgeniya Genova
Alexandrina Pendatchanska Alexandrina Pendatchanska
Rositza Stoycheva Rositza Stoycheva
Ani Petrowa Ani Petrowa
Ruzha Delcheva Ruzha Delcheva
Zhivko Garvanov Zhivko Garvanov
Stefan Ilyev ... The father of Mitko
Ivan Yanchev Ivan Yanchev
Pavel Popandov Pavel Popandov ... Bad Guy
Aneta Sotirova Aneta Sotirova
Milka Yanakieva Milka Yanakieva
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A-5-year-old boy of divorced parents is sitting all day long at home, watching TV. His mother is full-timer, and the father visits him just occasionally. The only dream of the boy is to have a puppy. So, he and three friends of his decide to buy a pup. No sooner said than done. The kids are ready to do everything for their pet, but the heartlessness and lack of understanding of the part of their relatives and neighbors bereaves them of such of joy. The puppy is destined for a village, and the kid is once again all alone at home, watching TV. Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

24 May 1982 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

A Dog in a Drawer See more »

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Production Co:

Boyana Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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One have to fight for the thing he loves
4 April 2005 | by majorSee all my reviews

This film is the work of the best-known master of Bulgarian films for children, Dimitar Petrov, who won great popularity with 'The Captain' and ' Hedgehogs Are Born Without Spines'. In this film children are tying to find a home for the stray dog. In their efforts to find a home for the dog the children are actually defending their right to a world of their own in the midst of modern everyday life. They are wagging an involuntary struggle for the restoration of their link with nature. Finally the children lose their battle. However. the film does encourage the young viewer, teaching him to fight for the thing he loves. It also suggests to parents that children's desires often contain natural wisdom and reason.


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