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Time of Violence is a film of genre Drama directed by Ludmil Staikov with Rousy Chanev

Time of Violence (1988)

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Length 4h48
Directed by
Genres Drama,    Historical
Rating89% 4.488424.488424.488424.488424.48842

Time of Violence (Bulgarian: Време на насилие, translit. Vreme na nasilie) is a 1988 Bulgarian film based on the novel Vreme razdelno (Време разделно, "Time of Parting") of Anton Donchev . It consists of two episodes with a combined length of 288 minutes. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Bulgarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 62nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Synopsis

Ottoman Empire, 1668. Köprülü Fazıl Ahmed Pasha concentrates his war efforts on the Cretan War, which inspires him to further subdue the Sultan's Christian subjects. One of the targets is Elindenya, a village located in a Rhodope valley where the Christians enjoy a de facto autonomy thanks to the local Muslim overlord Süleyman Agha's rule. A sipahi regiment is dispatched to the valley with the mission of converting the Christian population to Islam, by force if necessary. The extraordinary thing is that the regiment is led by Kara Ibrahim, a devshirme from Elindenya and although Süleyman Agha, feeling that his self-ordained rule is at stake, objects to forced conversions, Kara Ibrahim seems to be in favour of harsh measures against the locals, including his own family.

Actors

Rousy Chanev

(The Priest, pop Aligorko)
Iossif Surchadzhiev

(Karaibrahim)
Anya Angelova Pencheva

(Sevda)
Konstantin Kotsev

(Karaibrahim's father dyado Galushko)
Velko Kanev

(Velikiyat vezir)
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