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Director  Vulo Radev
Music director  Mitko Shterev
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Language  Bulgarian
7.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Romance, War
Story by  Dimitar Dimov
Country  Bulgaria
Osadeni Dushi movie poster
Release date  October 17, 1975 (1975-10-17) (Bulgaria)
Based on  Osadeni Dushi (novel)  by Dimitar Dimov
Writer  Dimitar Dimov (novel), Vulo Radev
Cast  Jan Englert (Otetz Eredija), Mariana Dimitrova (Karmen), Rousy Chanev (Zhak Mjurie), Edit Szalay (Fani Horn), Valcho Kamarashev (Otetz Olivares), Silvija Rangelova (Klara)
Similar movies  Vulo Radev directed Osadeni Dushi and The Peach-Garden Trespasser, The Goat Horn (1972), King for a Day (1983), A Nameless Band, Dangerous Charm (1984)

Osadeni Dushi (Bulgarian: Осъдени Души) is a 1975 Bulgarian epic film, written and directed by Vulo Radev based on the 1945 novel by Dimitar Dimov, and starring Jan Englert, Rousy Chanev, Mariana Dimitrova, and Edit Szalay.

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The film tells the tragic story of British noblewoman Fanny Horn (Edit Szalay) and Jesuit priest Heredia (Jan Englert) against the backdrop of the Spanish Civil War. A rich young aristocrat who has spent her preceding years in a decadent lifestyle, Fanny falls in love with Heredia; however, although the priest feels the same, he places his fanatical devotion to his faith above their attraction. Fanny follows Heredia to a typhus outbreak at a camp near Pena Ronda and volunteers to work as a nurse under his command and to finance the camp. Nevertheless, the conditions at the camp are appalling and deteriorate sharply as the civil war begins. Fanny gradually becomes increasingly desperate with the fanatic and inhumane behaviour of Heredia, who turns out to be deeply involved in the plotting of the anti-republican side in the civil war. As Heredia continues to reject her love, and as she eventually witnesses his fanaticism take several human victims, Fanny shoots him. Her psychological breakdown has led her to begin taking morphine, which will eventually lead to her own demise.

Cast

  • Jan Englert as Father Heredia
  • Rousy Chanev as Jacques Muriet
  • Mariana Dimitrova as Carmen
  • Edit Szalay as Fanny Horn
  • Valcho Kamarashev as Father Olivares
  • Silvija Rangelova as Clara
  • Reception

    Speaking toward Minister Vezhdi Rashidov's visit to Poland to present actor Jan Englert with a lifetime achievement award, Fakti called the film a "Bulgarian classic", and Dnevnik marked the film as among the top 10 most beloved films of Bulgaria.

    References

    Osadeni Dushi Wikipedia
    Osadeni Dushi IMDb Osadeni Dushi themoviedb.org


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