A poignant and beautifully-shot documentary about a Bulgarian community’s treatment of refugees.

Standing in the mayoral elections of a dying Bulgarian border town, a postman proposes the radical policy of welcoming ‘refugees,’ with mixed reactions from the locals. Drawing on the events and real-life experience of the cast, this blend of documentary and lavish cinematography delivers a poignant, pertinent and deeply affecting story from the life of a community. The location may be rural Bulgaria, but the story has universal relevance.

Bulgaria 2016
Dir Tonislav Hristov
80min
Digital
English subtitles

Britain in Europe Brunel University Open Society Foundation
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