The film "Last Call" tells a universal story that can happen anywhere in the world and is understandable to everyone. The plot is on the edge of the comic and the tragic, it is absurd, romantic, even grotesque sometimes, but also very real. Behind the seemingly ridiculous situations the film affecting important philosophical questions about the meaning of life, death, love, rebellion against vulgarity, hypocrisy, greed, alienation, committing a crime, the punishment and the retribution. A girl is to be saved from suicide by the power of love but the whole process will be accompanied by a series of comical events. When the tabloids fabricate a false sensational news that a 70-year old writer is about to marry a 23-year old girl. There’s no way that a priest appears with his "re-educated" Sunday-school mates from prison, a former naval captain in the company of crazy elders and hostile sisters keen for inheritance.
Born in 1960 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Graduated “Film & TV Cinematographer” in VGIK Moscow in 1982 with “Bel Ami” – movie based on Guy de Maupassant’s novel.
Uncle Christmas (2021), Last Call (2020), Tough Old Men (2011), Holiday Makers (2016), Magna Aura (2007), Cold War (2019), Cinema Against Power (2017)