2020, 77‘, documentary

In a poor Bulgarian region by the Danube, friends have a birthday party aboard an abandoned ship, dreaming of a trip to Norway, talking about the past and the future, about the hardships of daily life, reincarnation, love, cows, horses, Michelangelo, Prometheus, peacocks, the stratosphere, the universe, God and life as such. ZDRAVKO DRAGNEV graduated from the Film Faculty, Academy of Fine Arts, Prague in 1968. He has been working as a writer/director of over 70 documentaries ever since 1973. An award-winning film director, he has received three Golden Rhytons for his documentaries. TZVETAN DRAGNEV graduated from the Department of Cinema and Media Arts, York University, Toronto, Canada (2000). Director of photography and editor of documentaries. He made his directorial debut with Village People (2017). Festival & Awards: Best Bulgarian Documentary Award, Sofia IFF 2020; Special Mention, IFF Szczecin 2020
Script: Zdravko Dragnev, Tzvetan Dragnev
Directors: Zdravko Dragnev, Tzvetan Dragnev
Cinematography: Krassimir Stoichkov
Production: Gala Film ltd
Supported by Bulgarian National Film Center, Magic Shop