Director: Christina Andreef
Mysterious-voiced folk-singer Nadezhda Ivanova is big in Bulgaria but, at least until this vibrant, hilarious film, unknown in Australia.
She writes to Maria, inner-urban sophisticate and total stranger, in an attempt to set up a Sydney gig for her ancient tradition of song. An all-singing, no-talking, some-dancing, Slavic sing-fest, with playful intertitles (in English and Bulgarian).
Vertiginous black and white cinematography assaults the senses as we are drawn into the drama of three individuals high up on a cliff ledge - the infamous 'Gap' in Sydney's harbour. One is there to t… More »