Bulgaria |
2021 |
25 мин.

Script: Nikolay Urumov
Director: Nikolay Urumov
Cinematography: Teodor Asenov
Music: George Stezov

Cast: Aleksandar Aleksiev, Julian Vergov, Rashko Mladenov, Simona Halacheva, Vladinela Katsarska, Alexander Evgeniev

Production: NATFA Krastiyo Sarafaov – Stanislav Semerdjiev
Co-Production: BOF Pictures – Nikolay Urumov

Apprentice psychiatrist Dr. Pavel Hristov (33) has recurrent dreams of his patient Lazar (50). The latter tries to convince him that he is his father and is immortal,and that Pavel has to embrace his fate: kill Lazar and take his place.

Pavel is mired in dreams and tries to break free – by killing himself. Yet, the immortal Lazar gets Pavel to do his bidding. Pavel is locked up in a mental asylum; he has killed his father and his pregnant wife.

Festivals and Awards:

  • Best Student Film – Paris International Film Awards 2021, Heart of Europe IFF 2021
  • Best Student Film – Short to the point ISFF 2021
  • Best Student Filmmaker – Cinematic European FF 2021
  • Best Student Film – Moscow Shorts 2021

Nikolay Urumov was born in 1976 in the city of Burgas, Bulgaria. From 2012 to 2015 he is the executive producer of the “Domashen Arest” and “Kantora Mitrani” series, the Bulgarian-Russian co-production “Labirinti Lyubvi”, as well as the third season of “Bulgaria’s Got Talent”. He is also the co-producer of the film “Roseville”.

He graduated from the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts “Kr. Sarafov ”(NATFA) with a major in Film and TV Directing in 2021. His short films “Awakening” and “The Immortal” have won awards in over 15 international forums. Nikolay Urumov is the producer of the film “Petya of My Petya”.