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Moeto manichko nishto (2007)

The story is about the impossibility to reconcile welfare with preserving good. It is a peep into a world, where love has been replaced by vile passions; a world of fear and richness, of ... See full summary »

Director:

Docho Bodzhakov

Writer:

Boyan Papasov
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Cast

Credited cast:
Yoanna Boukovska Yoanna Boukovska
Nikolai Urumov Nikolai Urumov
Koyna Ruseva Koyna Ruseva
Antony Argirov Antony Argirov
Ulyana Chan Ulyana Chan
Malin Krastev Malin Krastev
Stoyan Radev Stoyan Radev
Stanka Kalcheva Stanka Kalcheva
Todor Bliznakov Todor Bliznakov
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ivaylo Dragiev Ivaylo Dragiev ... Zaysa
Bistra Marcheva Bistra Marcheva
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The story is about the impossibility to reconcile welfare with preserving good. It is a peep into a world, where love has been replaced by vile passions; a world of fear and richness, of violence and lies, of physical power and spiritual frailty. A renowned Businessman of the Year, Kosta Keikenov happened to cross the path of a young woman teacher of French, Neli Kodeva. Waging a battle over their personal truths, these two characters release the evil spirits within them and by common efforts claim another humans life. Written by Georgi Djulgerov <georgidjul1943@gmail.com>

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Drama

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Country:

Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

2 September 2007 (Bulgaria) See more »

Also Known As:

My Wee Nothing See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

BNT See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color
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brutal and superficial
15 March 2008 | by gospodinBezkraiSee all my reviews

The synopsis in the Sofia Film Festival informed that it is a film about the trade of babies: "although giving a trustworthy picture of the whole process, its focus is on the moral dimensions of the problem". Unfortunately the synopsis was just a good wish to the director. The film did not deliver any of it.

The baby trade, indeed an existing and serious problem, was used just as a pretext for yet another plain Bulgarian film lamenting the ugly post-communist life. It joins an already long sequence of films like that. Bulgarian film-makers seem to take some sort of masochistic satisfaction in making features about the new class of rich capitalists a.k.a criminals, inventing a plenty of brutal characters and sickening stories, but no serious content beyond that.

The story is quite artificial, much of the actor play also feels artificial (I would blame more the director than the actors). Although the topic should offer a lot of material for inner drama and reflection, there is little psychological deepening for any of the characters. Certainly, they don't seem to notice any 'moral dimensions' about their actions.


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