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Macedonian Blood Wedding

Macedonian Bloody Wedding
Македонска Крвава Свадба
Makedonska Krvava Svadba
Directed by Trajče Popov
Written by Slavko Janevski
Starring Kole Angelovski
Vera Čukić
Zvezda Angelovska
Dragomir Felba
Zafir Hadzimanov
Dragi Kostovski
Petre Prilčko
Risto Šiškov
Janez Vrhovec
Pavle Vuisić
Music by Kiril Makedonski
Editing by Vangel Laki Čemčev
Distributed by Vardar Film
Release date(s) January 1, 1967
Running time 102 minutes
Country Yugoslavia
Language Macedonian

Macedonian Blood Wedding or Bloodshed at the Wedding (Macedonian: Македонска крвава свадба, Latinic: Makedonska krvava svadba) is a 1967 Macedonian (Yugoslavian) film.

Synopsis

The screenplay was originally written in 1900 in Sofia, Bulgaria by Voydan Chernodrinski and is based in Ottoman occupied Macedonia.

The movie, as with the novel, tells the story of a young woman named Cveta who is kidnapped by an Ottoman Turk in hopes of eloping with her.

See also

References

External links

  • Macedonia Blood Wedding at the Macedonian Cinema Information Center
  • Internet Movie Database


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