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EXAMS AT ANY ODD TIME / Izpiti po nikoe vreme DVD with subtitles in English, Russian, German, French, Spanish « Bulgarian Films on DVD « Home

EXAMS AT ANY ODD TIME / Izpiti po nikoe vreme DVD with subtitles in English, Russian, German, French, Spanish

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EXAMS AT ANY ODD TIME / Izpiti po nikoe vreme DVD with subtitles in English, Russian, German, French, Spanish

The film has been digitally remastered and issued for a first time with SUBTITLES IN :  English, Russian, German, French, Spanish. 
Regional settings : 0 / All / worldwide
Family
Director: Ivanka Grabcheva    Scriptwriters: Mormarevi brothers
Director of Photography: Yatsek Todorov   Production design: Kostadin Rusakov ; Music: Peter Stupel
Starring: Dimitar Ganev, Wojciech Todorow, Ani Bakalova, Georgi Rusev, etc.
The film has been digitally restored and remastered.
ISBN: 3800223210357
Year of release: 1973
Runtime: 78 min. DVD
Pal color: 4:3
Sound: Stereo
Two novels united by common characters and a never-settled problem: the clash between sincerity of children and the heartless pragmatism and ambitions of grown-ups. The film consists of two novellas. The firs novella 'Temptation' is about honesty. The filmmakers feel certain that this is inborn trait of any child, but it depends on adults whether it is preserved or dies away. A five-year-old boy finds a purse full of money. He and his friends are now faced with the choice of using it to buy their favorite sweets or trying to find the owner. Honestly prevails, but their fat neighbor Ivanova, the purse's owner, found by children after their violent inner struggle, cannot appreciate their gesture and kicks up a row over the two leva (one dollar) that have been spent on cakes. In the second novella 'Violin Concerto' two boys mount an ingenious defend against the far-fetched ambitions of their parents: a kid, unwilling to become a musician, is forced to play by his ambitious mother. Children, however, are smart, inventive and do not give up readily. Another one attends violin lessons on place of the first who prefers to paint, but whose mother does not realize where his talent really lies. The deception is eventually discovered. The little culprits are punished, but they have gained a genuine friendship.
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