Fear, hypnosis, poetry, meditation and ultimately... an embarrassment.
Raw, slow, quiet, beautiful and magically scored by Hans Zimmer's assistant Penka Kouneva, this is a miracle of a film about family and forgiveness. Its story contains a story about life and a dream about death. This is the most important film in Bulgarian cinema. It's a film about the power to love. It's a film infinitely orbiting around its abyss of life. With this and Alienation (2013), director Milko Lazarov and cinematographer Kaloyan Bozhilov are now fully accomplished authors. I am grateful and proud to have friends and colleagues in their talented crew.