The action of the drama develops in parallel in a home for abandoned children today and The Frontier post on the eve of the First World War. Two Worlds "border" apart from each other for almost a century that seemed to have nothing in common between them.No time there and it will be walked by an abandoned 17 - year old boy who in the past to make sense of the present, meaning friendship, trust, love and human dignity. "The Frontier" is a film-ballad Bulgarian army, nostalgic tale of one of the least disturb the pages of the Bulgarian military history - WWI. The screenplay was written by motives of works by Jordan Jovkov, he is acting Dill officer's southern border at the time.Six series connected stories described by the great Bulgarian writer and humanist cycle "destination locations". Bulgarian National Television is the only medium that will implement such a feature project related to Bulgaria's participation in military action during the First World War. "When two years ago selected series, the committee was impressed by the courage with which in a modern history enter into the perfect world of Jovkov. And this led to a very high score for the project. Very important is the reaction of the viewers who see the film will air on national television in the fall. Because it is compelling cinematic narrative, desperate battle for the values that each generation leads to his own war "- said the director of the program BNT1 Mrs. Shishmanova. "The Frontier" intertwined friendly style revelations of Jovkov shared in his letters of the time when he was drafted into Thrace, the fate of a modern 17-year-old boy from a home for abandoned children. The young man opened the letters of the writer, and so "the border" approaching two worlds apart from each other for nearly a century. Through these letters, the boy will learn a lot about the meaning of the past, friendship, betrayal, trust, love, death and human dignity. In the title role in "The Frontier" debuted young actor Martin Dimitrov has its historical confrontation in the image that recreates Dimo Alexiev. The film starred Boris Lukanov, Valentin Tanev, Nikolai Ouroumov Iliana Kodzhabasheva, Darin Angelov, Iveta Obreshkova and others. By TV production TV will be included in the overall national cultural program to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
- Jan 3, 2015
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