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Nasha zemya

  • Drama
  • 1952
  • Anton Marinovich

Summary

During the time of the anti-fascist resistance in Bulgaria, a wounded partisan Velkov swims across the border into Turkey when he finds refuge with the poor peasant Dzhelal. Eight years later Velkov returns to these parts as a captain commanding the border post. A low-flying aircraft strafes the village. The border troops shoot it down but a young boy, Toshko, has been wounded. A cooperative farm is being created in the village. Vasil tries to persuade Tosko's father to stay out, but the honest man tells Velkov. Vasil and two other saboteurs cut off the electricity supply; kill the guard and set fire to farming machines. The bandits are apprehended. An incident on the border with Turkey is intended to divert attention from planned foray from the Greek side of the border. The Turkish officer forces Dzhelal to appear before the International Commission convened by Turkish side and accuse The Bulgarians of having started the trouble. Captain Velkov provides that he incident was deliberately instigated. Dzhelal decides to risk telling the truth.

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Credits

Cast

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Kapitan VelkovApostol Karamitev
Ana MarkovaMilka Tuykova
Bay KolyoPetar Dimitrov
Damyan IndzhevBoris Ganchev
DimoGeorgi Georgiev-Getz
Leytenant MarinovLubomir Kabakchiyev
Petko ShilotoGeorgi Kaloyanchev
YankaMilka Yanakieva
VasilYordan Spasov
ToshkoIossif Surchadzhiev

Crew

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DirectorAnton Marinovich
DirectorStefan Surchadzhiev
WriterVeselin Hanchev
WriterHaim Oliver
WriterAngel Vagenshtain
ComposerKonstantin Iliev
ComposerAlexander Raychev
EditorElena Popova
Production designerAsen Grozev

Details

Languages
Bulgarian
Formats
Colour
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