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Dark Eyes (2010)

The film follows the last day in the life of Bulgarian crime boss Sergey Marozov. Sergey battles both his business and family problems, unaware that he is running out of time.

Director:

Michael Aloyan

Writer:

Michael Aloyan (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Robb Hughes ... Sergey Marozov
Sona Gasparian Sona Gasparian ... Karina Marozov
Vahe Kalajyan Vahe Kalajyan ... Angel
Dragos Berghia Dragos Berghia ... Ignat (as Dragos Berg)
Ian Salmon Ian Salmon ... Ace
Aleksandra Kyoseva Aleksandra Kyoseva ... Lana
Evana Alexeeva ... Maria Marozov
Keith Jewett Keith Jewett ... Salvatore de Lugo
Fabien Soudiere Fabien Soudiere ... Torture Victim
James Canino ... Victor Benini
Mkrtich Jatanyan Mkrtich Jatanyan ... Armenian Club Owner
Tigran Alexanyan Tigran Alexanyan ... Bartender
Ilya Federov Ilya Federov ... Sasha Volya
Marika Cruz Marika Cruz ... Female Assassin
Michael Aloyan ... Victor's Bodyguard
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Storyline

Sergey Marozov has lived a life of sin. The murder of his wife, eight years ago, haunts him endlessly because he was responsible. His enemies are becoming more ruthless and a danger to his loved ones. And his relationship with his daughter, Karina, is falling apart. The film follows the last day of Sergey's life as he battles his business and family problems, unaware that he is running out of time. Written by Cinema One Pictures

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Bulgarian

Release Date:

12 June 2010 (USA) See more »

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Cinema One Pictures See more »
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Color
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Trivia

The film began as a 20 minute short film, but because of the various plot lines and character arcs was transformed to a feature film. See more »

Quotes

Ignat: Do you want to say something first, or should I go inside and shoot him?
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An Unexpected Film
28 November 2010 | by rford755See all my reviews

I saw this film last summer at a test screening, where the director and cast were present. Going in to watch the film, I knew the director was only 17 years old and wasn't expecting much... I was blown away! The film is a simple crime drama revolving around the last day of a Bulgarian mafia boss named Sergey. We witness Sergey's personal life (mostly the crumbling relationship he has with his daughter) and his battle with his enemies. The entire film takes place over the course of one day, using a very interesting narrative device (I won't give away any spoilers). The film was wonderfully shot and directed, and had a great cast of unknown actors that did a wonderful job. It is not a perfect film, but miles more than anything I have ever seen from the majority of student filmmakers. I have to give credit to the young director (only 17) who pulled off this feature film while still in high school. I look forward to more work from him in the future. Definitely worth the watch.


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