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S detza na more (1972)

A film about the funny adventures of a group of children, spending their holidays at the seaside.

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Dimitar Petrov
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Petar Peychev Petar Peychev ... Pipsi
Ivaylo Dzhambazov Ivaylo Dzhambazov ... Ivaylo
Emil Petrov Emil Petrov ... Emil
Krasimir Marianov Krasimir Marianov ... Krasimir
Ivan Arshinkov Ivan Arshinkov ... Ivan
Kiril Petrov Kiril Petrov ... Kircho
Ruslan Terziyski Ruslan Terziyski ... Ruslan
Svetlana Kirilova Svetlana Kirilova ... Svetlana (as Svetlana Krumova)
Mihail Mutafov Mihail Mutafov ... Ognyan
Tatyana Novoselska Tatyana Novoselska ... Elena
Georgi Partsalev Georgi Partsalev ... Chicho Mancho
Margarita Stefanova Margarita Stefanova
Svetoslav Peev Svetoslav Peev
Renata Kiselichka Renata Kiselichka
Zlatina Doncheva Zlatina Doncheva
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The movie consists of two novels with the same characters, but different adventures. A group of kids spend all their holidays together at the seaside. They never grow tired of games and mischief. But sometimes they decide to arrange the lives of the adults, which lead to ludicrous situations. Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Comedy | Drama

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Very funny, nostalgic look at communist Bulgaria
10 June 2009 | by dimitrov-3See all my reviews

The movie is very very funny. It takes place on a Bulgarian Black Sea resort where a group of adults with their young children are spending their summer vacation.

It has a very memorable character in Chicho Vancho(uncle Vancho), who would risk his life in order to get a hold of a compromising picture of his girlfriend getting out of his car.

Even worse, the picture is in the hands of a curious neighborhood child.

For people who grew up in communist Bulgaria, the movie is a very funny and nostalgic look at the 'good old days'. I don't think it has ever been subtitled into English, and it is a shame. English speakers would enjoy this sneak peak into Bulgarian cinema during communist times.


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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

17 November 1972 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

Vacation with Kids See more »

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Boyana Film See more »
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Mono

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Color
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