Last 'Dear Bulgary’
A young fruit breeder Leonid Yets comes to the evacuation to the south in 1943 in order to bring out a new variety of apples. He finds the diaries of a man who recently died with a strange death. A decent woman is accused of the murder, and Yets together with his fellow, a Freudian painter Pierre, is trying to find the true cause of death. To do this, they will not only sink into the memories and dreams of the deceased writer, but also into the history of Russia of 1920s. Leonid is sure that everything has its own reasons, and the world is reasonable and logical. But the world is more complicated.
The plot of the film is based on Mikhail Zoshchenko’s autobiographical story “Before Sunrise”. Alexey Fedorchenko won the Best Director Award at the Moscow film festival.
Recommende age 18+
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Aleksey Fedorchenko (snd 1966)
Valik: Pervye na Lune (First on the Moon, 2005), Ovsyanki (Silent Souls, 2010), Angely revolyutsii (Angels of Revolution, 2014), Voyna Anny (Anna's War, 2018), Poslednyaya "Milaja Bolgaria" (The Last Darling Bulgaria, 2021)
Russian Film Festival