Khan Asparukh - Part II - The Migration Trailer

Khan Asparukh - Part II - The Migration Trailer (1981)

18 October 1981 Drama, History 108 mins

The second part of the great historical epic - "The Migration" - tells about the long journey to the land of the Bulgarians of today's Bulgaria. Here the young Khan Asparukh laid the foundations of the new state. The authors adhere to the established historical versions for this event. The film builds on the impressive mass scenes and the convincing served psychological characteristics of the main characters. The image of Asparoukh is a natural center of the story, in which many minor persons recreate the environment of the Khan. Romantic exalted, Asparukh is shown as capable leader of the people, consistently implement his own ideas.

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Cast

Stoyko Peev

as Khan Asparukh

Antony Genov

as Velizariy

Vassil Mihaylov

as Khan Kubrat

Vania Tzvetkova

as Пагане

International Releases Dates

Bulgaria 18 October 1981

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