Zavrashtane (1989)

Five Bulgarian émigrés return to their country by submarine from the Soviet Union. They have to organize the antifascist resistance. On the shore, no one is waiting for them. They decide to... See full summary »

Writers:

Lada Boyadjieva, Gencho Stoyev (dialogue) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Cast overview:
Stoycho Mazgalov ... Otetz
Petar Slabakov ... Stefan
Naum Shopov Naum Shopov ... Bogdan
Todor Todorov Todor Todorov ... Vlado
Nikola Dobrev Nikola Dobrev ... Kapitanat
Ivan Bratanov Ivan Bratanov
Konstantin Kotsev Konstantin Kotsev
Lili Eneva Lili Eneva
Ichko Dinev Ichko Dinev
Dimitar Georgiev Dimitar Georgiev
Borislav Ivanov Borislav Ivanov
Ilia Dobrev Ilia Dobrev
Petar Stoychev Petar Stoychev
Stoyan Kostov Stoyan Kostov
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Five Bulgarian émigrés return to their country by submarine from the Soviet Union. They have to organize the antifascist resistance. On the shore, no one is waiting for them. They decide to separate. The first one, Otetz, hitches a ride on a cart to the village. Arrest and execution cut short his mission. The Captain hides in his house but police track him down and he commits suicide when the police threaten to kill his wife and children. Bogdan goes to his brother who puts him in touch with the partisans but they do not him when he tells about the concentration camps in Siberia. He is mistrusted and ostracized. Stefan's nerves cannot stand the strain and he gives himself up. Vlado finds himself in a village pub. When he asks for food from publican, the police surround him. He kills himself. Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Drama

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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

18 November 1989 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

Homecoming See more »

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Boyana Film See more »
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Mono
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The searches of more original view towards the human being in the antifascist resistance meet sharp reaction and "Homecoming" had not been shown for 22 years. The film was finished in 1967 but had its first night in 1989. See more »

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