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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This article works with the atypical film Aro Tolbukhin: Dins la Ment de l'assassi (2002) directed by Agusti Villaronga, Lydia Zimmermann and Isaac P.
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.
Adding a further wrinkle to this docu trend is the intriguing, ambitious "Aro Tolbukhin: In the Mind of a Killer" (Mexico), which the filmmaking trio of Agusti Villaronga, Lydia Zimmermann and Isaac P.
"Are Tolbukhin: In the Mind of a Killer," Thriller; producer, Antonio Chavarrias; directors, Agusti Villaronga, Lydia Zimmermann, Isaac P.
"Aro Tolbukhin: In the Mind of a Killer," producer, Antonio Chavarrias; directors, Agusti De Villaronga, Lydia Zimmermann, Isaac Racine; cast, Daniel Jimenez Cacho, Carmen Beato, Zoltan Jozan.
"Aro Tolbukhin, In the Mind of a Killer" (Aro Tolbukhin, En la mente del asesino), producer, Antonio Chavarrias; directors, Isaac Racine, Lydia Zimmermann, Agusti Villaronga; cast, Daniel Jimenez Cacho, Carmen Beato, Jozan Zoltan.
Upcoming releases: "Novocaine" (November), "Aro Tolbukhin: In the Mind of the Killer" (November)
Adult Aro Daniel Gimenez Cacho Sister Carmen Carmen Beato Teenage Aro Zoltan Jozan Teenage Selma Mariona Castillo Young Aro Aram Gonzalez Young Selma Eva Fortea Father Jesus Ramos Dada Pepa Charro (Spanish, Catalan dialogue) 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 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.
"It's opened up territories which we would never have thought of reaching," says Angels Masclans at Oberon Cinematografica, which teamed with Mexico's Altavista Films to make Antonio Chavarrias' "Volveras" and Agusti Villaronga's co-directed "Aro Tolbukhin: In the Mind of a Killer," another San Sebastian competition film.