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Chia e tazi pesen? (2003)

Two centuries after Goncharov's Critical Realism and Gorki's Socialist Humanism, two free-spirited public enthusiasts aim to discover a common Socialist Realism artwork of the Balkans, ... See full summary »

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Adela Peeva

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Adela Peeva
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Two centuries after Goncharov's Critical Realism and Gorki's Socialist Humanism, two free-spirited public enthusiasts aim to discover a common Socialist Realism artwork of the Balkans, similarities of which call forth the intercultural distinctness of their modern day lives. Written by Victorydawn Pictures

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Belgium | Bulgaria

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Bulgarian | Macedonian | Turkish

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26 October 2003 (USA) See more »

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Bu Sarki Kimin? See more »

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How can a song stir up so much hate?
25 March 2004 | by Merlin242See all my reviews

This documentary made me somewhat sad.

It is about a woman who one night with her friends hear a song at a local pub in Bulgaria. They all recognize it, but they can't agree on where it comes from. So, she sets out on a long trip witch take her to Greece, Turkey, Bosnia and back to Bulgaria. She soon discovers that the song is found all over the region.

All claim the song to be theirs. When she tries to convince the people she meets that it is well spread and shared she meets anger and disbelief. She almost gets herself beaten up in a restaurant in Yugoslavia for playing it with "the wrong" lyrics.

At the beginning she thought the melody would unite people, that it would make them see that all the ethnic groups share a legacy. But instead she finds people blinded with hate passed down though generations. The merciless and pointless hatred among different ethnical groups in Balkan becomes very clear in this film.

Who should see this documentary then? Well, anyone interested in Balkan. Anyone who lives or have family in any of these countries.

If you hope there will ever be any real peace in the region.. well, maybe you should not see it.


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