Khan Asparukh - Part III - Land Forever Trailer

Khan Asparukh - Part III - Land Forever Trailer (1981)

18 October 1981 Drama, History 122 mins

The last part of the epic "Khan Asparukh" - "Land Forever" is an impressive finish to scale narrative, created for the nationwide celebration of 13 century anniversary of the Bulgarian state. The authors collected in final chord all storylines, culminating in the political strengthening of the young Bulgarian state. In the center of the film epic again is the image of Khan Asparukh - a lofty romantic hero who embodies the virtues and energy of his people.

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Cast

Stoyko Peev

as Khan Asparukh

Antony Genov

as Velizariy

Vassil Mihajlov

as Khan Kubrat

Vania Tzvetkova

as Пагане

International Releases Dates

Bulgaria 18 October 1981

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