Lyubovni sanishta

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'''[1994]: Expression, KF Sinemaskop, Sofiia'''  
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''Lyubovni sanishta'' [Also known as "Love Dreams". Based on a story by Stefan Zweig]. See: [[KH / LW / MS]]
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''Lyubovni sanishta'' ["Love Dreams". A color film drama based in part on Stefan Zweig's novella "Brennendes Geheimnis"]
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Language: Bulgarian [Also available in English and Italian]
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Language: Bulgarian [Also available in Czech, English and Italian]
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Directed by Ivan Nitchev
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Director: Ivan Nitchev
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Script by Ivan Nitchev
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Script writer: Ivan Nitchev
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Cast: Ivailo Tsvetkov, Tanya Dimitrov, Walter Toschi et al.
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Cast: Ivailo Tsvetkov, Tanya Dimitrova, Walter Toschi, Tanya Lolova et al.
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Casting by Alexander Kossevv
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Casting by: Alexander Kossevv
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Music by Stephan Dimitrov
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Music by: Stephan Dimitrov
Cinematographer: Georgi Nikolov
Cinematographer: Georgi Nikolov
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Runtime: 90 minutes
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Runtime: 1 hour and 30 minutes
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Released in Bulgaria on 12 October 1994. Released in Italy as "Sogni d'amore" in 1995
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Released in Bulgaria on 12 October 1994. Released in Italy as "Sogni d'amore" in 1995
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[[Category:Films]]
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[[Category:Films / Plays / Operas]]

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[1994]: Expression, KF Sinemaskop, Sofija

Lyubovni sanishta ["Love Dreams". A color film drama based in part on Stefan Zweig's novella "Brennendes Geheimnis"]

[1].
Language: Bulgarian [Also available in Czech, English and Italian]
[2].
Director: Ivan Nitchev
[3].
Script writer: Ivan Nitchev
[4].
Cast: Ivailo Tsvetkov, Tanya Dimitrova, Walter Toschi, Tanya Lolova et al.
[5].
Casting by: Alexander Kossevv
[6].
Music by: Stephan Dimitrov
[7].
Cinematographer: Georgi Nikolov
[8].
Runtime: 1 hour and 30 minutes
[9].
Released in Bulgaria on 12 October 1994. Released in Italy as "Sogni d'amore" in 1995
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