After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the composer Edward Kazasyan discovers that his late wife, the singer Lia Ivanova who survived communist camps, was forced to work for the secret services. Their files in the archives of the State Security and the diary of her childhood reveal the complicated fate of the singer rushing to the big stage and her ‘second life’ imposed by the system. The film is based on personal history of a famous Bulgarian singer.
Born in Ostrov, Bulgaria, 1943, Radoslav Spassov majored Direction of Photography at the State Institute of Cinematography. He made his debut in 1993 with the feature film < A Day of Forgiveness > which he wrote its scenarios while he had worked as cinematographer of various feature and documentary films since 1971. His film < Stolen Eyes >(2005) was presented in more than 50 film festivals. < The Singing Shoes > was premiered at the 38th Moscow International Film Festival.
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A Swan Dive