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Kato pesen (1973)

This is a warm-hearted, lyrical recollection of the period immediately before and after September 9, 1944, the date of the Socialist Revolution in Bulgaria. Against an atmosphere of general... See full summary »

Writer:

Slavcho Dudov
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Filip Trifonov Filip Trifonov ... Tinko
Vassil Mihajlov Vassil Mihajlov ... Drugaryat Klim
Irina Rosich Irina Rosich ... Margarita
Georgi Mamalev Georgi Mamalev ... Iliykata
Nikolai Binev Nikolai Binev ... Bashtata na Margarita
Semyon Morozov ... Ruski voynik
Kircho Petrov Kircho Petrov ... Bratcheto na Margarita
Anatoliy Kuznetsov ... Ruski ofitzer
Leda Taseva Leda Taseva ... Maykata na Margarita
Domna Ganeva Domna Ganeva ... Maykata na Tinko
Petar Slabakov ... Bashtata na Tinko
Todor Kolev Todor Kolev ... Kolev, Todor
Vasil Popiliev Vasil Popiliev ... Banditat
Valcho Kamarashev Valcho Kamarashev ... Dobrovoletzat, koyto vika 'Ura'
Stoyan Gudev Stoyan Gudev ... Neorientiraniyat
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This is a warm-hearted, lyrical recollection of the period immediately before and after September 9, 1944, the date of the Socialist Revolution in Bulgaria. Against an atmosphere of general jubilation the film traces the short life of Tinko, a pure and altruistic idealist. The young revolutionary lives through a series of events in which the masses play a central role. We see a session of people's tribunal, a funeral rally, a meeting with Soviet soldiers. Tinko sees only the romantic side of this blend of joy, death and sorrow. Wherever he happens to be he wishes to play a leading role. With an adolescent selflessness and self-confidence verging on naïveté he preaches the high morality of the new civilization at mass rallies, he wants to lecture everyone he meets - his comrade-in-arms Iliykata, the petty bourgeois newly-weds at a wedding reception, the itinerant black-marketer impervious to change. Tinko is doing the best he can to serve the Revolution, but at the end he is killed. ... Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Drama

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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

9 March 1973 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

Like a Song See more »

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Production Co:

Boyana Film See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color
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