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Dopalnenie kam zakona za zashtita na darzhavata (1976)

In September 1923 a "red" uprising in Bulgaria is crushed and drowned in blood. A year and a half later a bomb planted by left-wing terrorists explodes in the St Nedelya Church in Sofia ... See full summary »

Director:

Ludmil Staikov
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Stefan Getsov Stefan Getsov ... Georgi Dimitrov
Georgi Georgiev-Getz ... Chovekat s tzigarata
Georgi Cherkelov Georgi Cherkelov ... Alexander Tzankov
Ivan Kondov Ivan Kondov ... Madriyat
Andrey Chaprazov Andrey Chaprazov ... General Rusev
Stoycho Mazgalov ... General Valkov
Violeta Doneva ... Lyuba
Stefan Danailov ... Kapitanat provokator
Nikolai Binev Nikolai Binev ... Delikatniya
Kosta Tsonev ... Yosif Herbst
Svetozar Nedelchev Svetozar Nedelchev ... Haralampi Stoyanov
Gueorgui Stoyanov Gueorgui Stoyanov ... Todor Strashimirov
Ivan Yanchev Ivan Yanchev ... Naemniyat ubietz
Ivan Nestorov Ivan Nestorov ... Fridman
Nikola Dadov Nikola Dadov ... Valcho Ivanov
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In September 1923 a "red" uprising in Bulgaria is crushed and drowned in blood. A year and a half later a bomb planted by left-wing terrorists explodes in the St Nedelya Church in Sofia where the cream of society has gathered. One hundred and fifty people are killed and three hundred sustain serious injuries. The Tsar and some government ministries escape because their arrival in church is delayed. In an atmosphere of unbridled "white" terror a large number of left thinking people get blacklisted by the police. The failure of the attempt on the life of Tsar provides a pretext for further atrocities. The passing of the iniquitous State Defense Act is a prelude to latter-day St Bartholomew's Day Massacre, unprecedented in twentieth-century Europe. The extremely complex political situation caused certain ultra-left forces to resort to individual terrorism. While examining the reasons for this erroneous decision, the filmmakers denounce the social system and policies, which led to terror.... Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Drama

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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

22 October 1976 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

Attentat in der Kathedrale See more »

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Mono

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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