Tolbukhin


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a city in northeastern Bulgaria (north of Varna) that is the commercial center of an agricultural region

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Aro Tolbukhin and the overlapping of ficcional levels
Conociendo la prominente trayectoria experimental y provocadora de Villaronga, que no se permitiria nada que no fuera la evidencia de la desconfianza creciente en tomo a la indicialidad de la imagen, Aro Tolbukhin .
El resultado que se muestra bajo el titulo Aro Tolbukhin .
The general staff immediately asked Marshal Tolbukhin, whose army had penetrated Austrian soil (but had not yet reached Vienna), to determine whether Renner was still alive and if so to find him.
Negotiations took place between Renner and senior Russian officers and officials, including Marshal Tolbukhin.
El resultado fue En la mente del asesino Aro Tolbukhin (Espana-Mexico, 2000), estrenada en la pasada muestra internacional y actualmente en cartelera.
La entrevista realizada en Hungria a la nana de Aro Tolbukhin, aparentemente en un asilo de ancianos, sirve de puente a la invencion; una bella pelicula gotica del corte academico de los anos cuarenta.
Haunting and darkly atmospheric, "Aro Tolbukhin in the Mind of a Killer" is a mockumentary-cum-mood piece from a helming team led by Mallorca-based auteur Agusti Villaronga.
The man, Aro Tolbukhin, was executed in Guatemala in 1981 for setting fire to a religious mission and killing seven people.
The portrait of a self-confessed serial killer, mockumentary "Aro Tolbukhin," would win the out-there film award, if such a plaudit existed.
Agusti Villaronga's experimental "Aro Tolbukhin in the Mind of a Killer," co-helmed with Lydia Zimmermann and Isaac P.
Aro Tolbukhin in the Mind of a Killer, Agusti Villaronga, Lydia Zimmermann, Isaac P.
Aro Tolbukhin," producer, Antonio Chavarrias; director, Agustin Villaronga, Lydia Zimmermann, Isaac Racine; cast, Daniel Gimenez Cacho, Carmen Beato.