2003

01.01.2003

PEACE, AS IF AT WAR

An idyll, presented in the style of an embroidered wall hanging, normally hung behind cooking stoves. A mother sends her child to play at war. Time passes and he comes back from the game, unshaven, weak and lame.
01.01.2003

RE-ENACTMENT

The daily grind of several people from a town in the country. Their lives pass between the efforts to make both ends meet, family concerns and the pub. But there is a day each year, when people put aside their dull roles and start feeling themselves important and significant. They assume the leading parts in the Re-enactment: the traditional staging of the outbreak of the April Uprising, to mark the day of Koprivshtitsa town.
01.01.2003

MYTHOLOGY

Film-grotesque. A peculiar aspect of the boring daily grind of “a reasonable man”, who is burdened with myths, desires, instincts, and whose very being provokes the downfall of mythology and the mythology of downfall.
01.01.2003

THE WIND OF THE BARE MOON

A movie about the poverty and loneliness of the people in a village – bloodstained by political violence in 1923, and nowadays, fallen victim to politicians and cheats.
01.01.2003

NIGHT SPIDER MY HOPE

The little night spider is a wizard. He makes children’s dreams come true. Yet friendship is also a big magic.
01.01.2003

HOME

A film about the fates of several children, living in a home. About the encounters with their parents. A film about homes lost. A film about the home found.
01.01.2003

POET AND PEGASUS

The myth of Pegasus, as a symbol of artistic zeal, along with the myths of Icarus, Prometheus and Sisyphus, is one of the eternal themes which has often been revised throughout the centuries. The Pegasus’ inevitable companion is the Poet – they are as inseparable as Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. Every “desperate” poet thinks that his personal experience is so important and interesting that it must be relayed to the readers at any cost, even when the last drop of inspiration has gone.
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