Playwright Nikola Madzharakiev, having lived in California until now, returns to Bulgaria to watch his new play at the theatre. Not at all satisfied with what he sees on stage, he picks a fight with both the actors and the director, who confronts Nikola with a choice: either continue working together, or the playwright clears out of the theatre and takes his nostalgia for the past with him.
Iveta Ivanova graduated in Acting in the class of Malin Krastev and Gerasim Georgiev – Gero. She has performed on the stages of the Aleko Konstantinov Theatre of Satire, the Behind-the-Canal Small City Theatre, and the Ivan Vazov National Theatre, as well as the Varna Summer Festival and the Festival at the Orpheus Summer Cinema in Plovdiv. In 2023, she completed her Master’s programme in Film and TV Directing at the New Bulgarian University. Comma is her short film debut as a film director.