The Macedonian Part of Hell (1971)

Director
Vatroslav Mimica

Main cast
Darko Damevski; Pavle Vuisic; Fabijan Sovagovic; Milena Dravi?; Neda Spasojevi?

Genres
History, War, Drama

Description
At the end of the year 1942 and the start of 1943, to stop spreading the revolution in county of Bitola, bulgarian occupiers are reinforcing the persecutions and the acts of violence on civil population. The movie is based on true events,


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