For Lora, growing up in a Bulgarian village is a mixture of monumental tedium and hesitant desire. Her existence is determined by rigid religious and social customs, until a radical break drives her to the borders of the small community and beyond. The director captures the claustrophobia of a small town and the vastness of a clever young woman’s emotional world in images which remain with the viewer long after the credits have rolled.
|directed by:||Eliza Petkova|
|cast:||Anna Manolova, Snezhina Petrova, Mihail Stoyanov, Maria Klecheva, Stoyko Ivanov, Boyana Georgieva, Asya popova, Márton Nagy|
|cinematography by:||Constanze Schmitt|
|film editing:||Hannes Marget, Eliza Petkova|
|art director:||Hristina Dyakova, Janet Ivanova|
|costumes designer:||Waris Klampfer|
|producer:||Svetoslav Draganov, Tim Oliver Schultz, Cécile Tollu-Polonowski|