Viktor Ivanov | Joe’s film
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Joe’s film

Joe’s film

THE FILM DIRECTOR never picks up hitchhikers, he is going to crash – he has to pay for a suicidal woman, who’s in love with him. At least that’s what the SCREENWRITER contends…
„Joe’s film” is a short black comedy/thriller initiated by Viktor Ivanov, collaborating with screenwriter Valentina Angelova, who adapted the script from the award-winning story “I must crash,” written by Prof. Marin Damjanov. With a sense of humor and author self-irony, the story explores the boundary between the providence of fate, demanding retribution and fiction caused by human superstition.

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