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Warming Up Yesterday's Lunch (2002)
Podgryavane Na Vcherashniya Obed (original title)
Fiction, 98 min
 
Production countries   Bulgaria,Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Languages   Bulgarian,Serbian
Director   Kostadin Bonev
Scriptwriter   Mile Nedelkovski
Producer   Kiril Kirilov
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Plot
In 1913 Macedonia was torn into three parts. The tragic fate of the country cruelly marked the life of Katerina, an ordinary woman from the town Prilep. She tells her story to a television director from Skopje. When she was born, her father – a Communist – was imprisoned in Serbia. A Serbian teacher mutilated her for refusing to write in the Serbian alphabet. She lived through Bulgarianization and German occupation. Her father died as a partisan and she was imprisoned for resistance. Then Tito and Stalin became objects of forced adoration. Katerina fell in love with a soldier named István, a Hungarian from Szabadka. Communist Youth members Djako and Tzena redeem their prior collaboration through Communist zealousness. They have Katerina arrested as an agent who was recruited by István. When they find weapons in her house, from the period of her father’s resistance activities, they send her to a concentration camp for four years. After Stalin’s death, the prisoners are released. On the train Katerina meets Bojin, the man to whom she was promised as a child… The elderly Katerina lives in a mill with Bojin. She hasn’t spoken about her past in front of a camera until now. The town is upset by her testimony.
 
Technical Specifications Image / Sound
Color / Black & White   Color
Sound format   Dolby SR
Production format   35mm
 
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