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My Heart Is an Octopus or My Father on the Shore of the Black Sea ()


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As a story structure, it reminds a postmodern novel: fragmented, plot-less and on first view: chaotic. Individual pieces can be rearranged and each one has its own life. In terms of genre,... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Petar Atanasov ...
Nigh-gard of the Bank
Ivan Barakov ...
Bank-robber
Belcho Belchev ...
Young and old father
Neno Belchev ...
Young father and as the son
Tsonka Belcheva ...
Young and old mother
Plamen Dimitrov ...
Major Damyanov
Irena Dimitrova ...
Young Mother
Alexi Ivanov ...
The third robber
Milka Judova ...
Herself
Petar Kostadinov ...
Young father
Krasimir K. Kostov ...
Himself
Polina Miltcheva ...
Young mother / Black Cat
Pavlina Mladenova ...
Young mother
Veselin Nachev ...
Himself
Radul ...
The mother's uncle
Rumen Rashev ...
The man, who delivers reels to the father
Hèléne Sabatini ...
Herself
Pavel Shanov ...
Himself
Mariana Shieverska ...
Young mother / Black cat / policewoma / dead body on the beach
Jakub Shieverski ...
The boy, who dragged the dead body on the beach
Ilina Slavova ...
Young mother
Emil Yovev ...
The bicycle craftsman

Directed by

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Neno Belchev

Written by

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Bezmer Bagrianov ... (writer)
 
Neno Belchev ... (writer)

Produced by

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Neno Belchev ... executive producer / producer
Videoholica ... producer

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Kalin Belchev ... composer
Martin Evstatiev ... composer

Cinematography by

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Neno Belchev ... (cinematography)

Film Editing by

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Neno Belchev

Production Design by

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Neno Belchev

Sound Department

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Martin Evstatiev ... sound editor

Visual Effects by

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Neno Belchev ... digital effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Neno Belchev ... camera operator

Animation Department

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Neno Belchev ... animator

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Plot Summary

As a story structure, it reminds a postmodern novel: fragmented, plot-less and on first view: chaotic. Individual pieces can be rearranged and each one has its own life. In terms of genre, the film stands on the border between pseudo-documentary, dark comedy, punk (as an attitude) and video-art.

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Taglines The try of a man, who feels immigrant to his own homeland to make a documentary about his father. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Моето сърце е октопод или баща ми на брега на Черното море (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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  • 112 min
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Budget EUR5,500 (estimated)

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