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Role: The teacher 

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       This is a funny and woeful story, resembling an old Jewish anecdote, aiming to wrap a comical framework around the dark side of life. At the time, the poorest neighborhood of Plovdiv (an ancient town in Bulgaria) represented a unique European recess, a realm of perfect ethnic harmony among Bulgarians, Armenians, Turks, Jews, Gypsies and Greeks. A priest, a rabbi and a hodjah and an Antichrist nicknamed the Boozer are smitten with the same full-bosomed Turkish woman. Along with their rivalry, squabbles and good fellowship a Jewish boy and an Armenian girl fall in love for the first time. The political winds of the era will blow away the idyll separating the 12-year-old lovers. After many years, the Jew and the Armenian woman meet again in a different world. 

- Georgi Dyulgerov

Director: Ivan Nichev 

Scriptwriter: Angel Wagenstein 

Cameraman: Georgi Nikolov 

Composer: Stefan Dimitrov   

Cast: Stefan Danailov, Katerina Didaskalu, Vassil Mihailov, Georgi Kaloyanchev, Tatyana Lolova, Georgi Russev, Nikola Rudarov, Vassil Vassilev - Zueka, Alexander Morfov, Doko Rosic, Nikolay Urumov, Asen Blatechky, Petar Popyordanov, Mihail Mutafov, Plamen Sirakov, Petar Slabakov, Maria Sapundzhieva, etc. 

Producer: BNT, ERT, Marathon Films, Meta BM-4, Saxonia Media 

Premiere: 29 November 1998 

Duration: 112 min. 

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