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BORIS I , The Last Pagan on DVD. Subtitles in English, Russian, German, French, Spanish

  • Product Code: DVD
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The film has been digitally remastered and issued for a first time with SUBTITLES IN :  English, Russian, German, French, Spanish. 
Regional settings : 0 / All / worldwide
Director: Borislav Sharaliev   Scriptwriter: Angel Wagenstein
Director of Photography: Venets Dimitrov   Production design: Mariya Ivanova ; Music: Vesselin Nikolov
Starring: Stefan Danailov, Boris Lukanov, Aneta Petrovska, Kosta Tsonev, Plamen Donchev, Petar Petrova, etc.
The film has been digitally restored and remastered.
ISBN: 3800223210098
Year of release: 1984
Runtime: 148 min. DVD
Pal color: 4:3
Sound: Stereo
The picture features the life and deeds of Boris I - strong historic personality, which completes his mission to the full and at the end of his life receives holy orders. Prince Boris I is ruling in the late 9th century. In his youth, he, the brilliant statesman and diplomat, is experiencing heavy defeats in the wars he wages against his neighbors. Nonetheless, he manages not to cede any territories to the enemies. Under his rule, Bulgaria breaks with paganism and joins the Christian community, paying an exorbitant price, a heavy death toll, but there is no other way. The adoption of Christianity in 864 was a historical event of great significance. It guaranteed Boris I much need peace with the Eastern Roman Empire and allowed him to merge the numerous tribes inhabiting the country into a unified nationality and later to found a state. Boris I introduced the Slav script, thus turning Bulgaria into the cradle of Slav culture. Stiff resistance, however, met his actions. The former pagan, now Christian king was forced to crush it. Almost half of the then privileged aristocracy - 52 Bulgarian families - were mercilessly killed. Guided solely by his great ambitions Boris blinded and imprisoned his first-born son Vladimir-Rasate who dared against him and instead crowned his youngest son Simeon. It was during his reign that the Golden Age of Bulgarian culture began. This is an epic work dealing with the spiritual ups and downs of a nation and the drama of a great statesman.

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