Measure for Measure Trailer

Measure for Measure Trailer (1981)

04 May 1981 288 mins

Early 20th century. This is an era of seething passions, aspirations for freedom and national self-identification. Uprising are incited, blood is shed. The picture features national leaders who become heroes as early as in their lifetime. The protagonist is rank-and-file Macedonian who is unwittingly swept by the events. Later, it was his conscious choice. He was a witness of changes, crucial for the nation. He comes across legendary personalities. He gets enchanted and disappointed. He is seeking for the right answers, rethinks what he saw and experienced to tell his story in his simple, but candid and wise words of his own.

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Cast

Rousy Chanev

as Dilber Tanas

Grigor Vachkov

as Apostol Voevoda

Stefan Mavrodiyev

as Hristo Chernopeev

Bogdan Glishev

as Yane Sandanski

Christine Bartlett

as Miss Stone

Rumena Trifonova

as Ekaterina Tzilka

Dimitar Buynozov

as Gotze Delchev

Martina Vachkova

as Лимбийка

International Titles

Мера според мера Trailer

International Releases Dates

Bulgaria 04 May 1981

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