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The Mosquito Problem and Other Stories  //  Problemat s komarite i drugi istorii (Orig.)

DIR: Andrey Paounov
2007 / Bulgaria / 100 min

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The Northern-Bulgarian city of Belene is troubled by insecurity. This sleepy town on the Danube earned undesired renown thanks to its communist labor camp and an unfinished nuclear power plant which was conserved in 1990 and has since been a subject of controversy. The film assembles a gallery of people bothered by their past more than by the swarming mosquitoes. A piano tuner, a former mayor, NATO soldiers based near-by, prostitutes and a Cuban worker who came for the construction of the power plant and stayed. These are the protagonists of a documentary swinging from comedy to sadness and back.

About

Director Andrey Paounov
Screenplay Lilia Topouzova, Andrey Paounov
Dir. of Photography Boris Missirkov, Georgi Bogdanov
Editing Andrey Paounov, Orlin Rouevski
Music Momchil Bozhkov
Sound
Duration 100 min
Year 2007
Country Bulgaria
Colour Colour
Tags ethnic groups, historical, visual arts
Production Agitprop
Agitprop
Address:  68, Budapest str., ap.1
City:  1202 Sofia
Country:  Bulgaria
Web:  www.georgiandthebutterflies.com/
E-mail:  ,
Phone:  +359 2 983 14 11
Fax:  +359 2 987 04 17

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