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Jore and Kotze hit the road in search of a buried treasure through the intimate secrets of post communist Bulgaria.

Director:

Alexo Petrov

Writer:

Alexo Petrov
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Cast

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Nikolay Yanchev Nikolay Yanchev ... Jorre
Hristo Herun Hristo Herun ... Kotze
Tzanko Petrov Tzanko Petrov ... The old man
Rumen Grigorov Rumen Grigorov ... Tzetzi Balkanski
Yuri Angelov Yuri Angelov ... First lieutenant Sokolov
Toshko Gardelev Toshko Gardelev ... Gotcho
Asen Lozanov Asen Lozanov ... Lieutenant Mishev
Maria Kafelova Maria Kafelova ... Greta
Stefan Kiriazov Stefan Kiriazov ... Valeto
Kosta Avramov Kosta Avramov ... Baklavan
Evgenia Kolarova Evgenia Kolarova ... Grandmother
Victor Petrov Victor Petrov ... Mr. Yellow
Pavel Doichev Pavel Doichev ... Krivoshiev
Georgi Kostadinov Georgi Kostadinov ... Bouzata
Kina Arnaoudova Kina Arnaoudova ... Kim
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A country - in the heart of the Peninsula. Two brothers, separated by the timelessness of the Transition. A collage of an end neighborhood with a slew of funny characters, child's fantasies and dark dreams - a quest through the intimate secrets of Bulgaria. Djore is 26, dresses in black, listens to drum & bass and does graffiti. Kotze is 9, wears a silver chain, steals, fights and loves pop-folk. In spite of their differences, the brothers hit the road in search of a buried treasure, willed to them by their grandmother. On the way they will encounter unbelievable adventures, unexpected characters and undiscovered truths;... Written by A.P.

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Adventure | Drama | Music

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Country:

Canada | Bulgaria

Language:

Bulgarian

Release Date:

25 June 2007 (Bulgaria) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bulgaria

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Lost Vulgaros Productions See more »
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"Baklava" – first ever Bulgarian CULT movie!
13 February 2008 | by p-anderson63See all my reviews

"Baklava" became the first ever Bulgarian CULT movie even before its official release in Bulgaria.

I've seen it in Karlovy Vary film festival last year. A true masterpiece, with amazing visual style, unique soundtrack and perfect acting - especially the little fellows. I think that "Baklava" – the first work of the young Canadian / Bulgarian director Alexo Petrov - has more truth, heart and beauty that most movies I've ever seen.

I'm not surprise that "Baklava" gains controversy in its own country – the story shows the extremely difficult life of the "Bulgarian invisible children". But still there you could find the deep hope of the authors – one day all this might be changed…

Don't miss the chance to discover the lovely tale about two brothers whom meet each others for a very first time. Together they start a wonderful trip. Searching for an buried treasures they pass through a journey full of adventures.

I've been waiting for so long to see such a beautiful, sincere and touching road movie!


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