This movie is a sensitive emotional study of lives in transition. The acting is top-notch and the scenery gives a realistic feeling for the psychological and symbolic interaction of modern Bulgarians with the moody mountainous landscape where the story it set. The film is the last for actor Georgi Georgiev-Getz, who died three years later. His performance alone makes Kragovrat worth viewing. Far from giving a cameo performance, this veteran actor shows why he is so highly regarded in Bulgaria for his outstanding dramatic abilities. This is a great modern study of family and conflict in 20th century Bulgarian society and gives evidence of the quality and artistry of film production in this part of Europe. This is a film well worth viewing!
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