Villa Zone (Bulgarian: Вилна зона, romanized: Vilna zona) is a Bulgarian comedy-drama film released in 1975, directed by Eduard Zahariev, starring Itzhak Fintzi, Katya Paskaleva, Naum Shopov, Anton Karastoyanov, Evstati Stratev, Valcho Kamarashev and Georgi Rusev.
|Directed by||Eduard Zahariev|
|Written by||Georgi Mishev|
|Music by||Kiril Donchev|
The movie presents the popular tradition in Bulgaria, during the last decades of the 20th century, of organizing a feast in honor of just graduated at the school boys who have to join the army as recruits. In this particular case, the event is taking place in one of the so-called villa zones which are located around the towns. A sunny autumn day is gradually covered by the conflicts between generations, between neighbors and between different social statuses.
- Itzhak Fintzi as Yonko (Emo's father)
- Katya Paskaleva as Stefka (Yonko's wife)
- Naum Shopov as Mincho Minchev (Yonko's brother-in-law, Stefka's brother)
- Anton Karastoyanov as Pervazov (the "problem" neighbour)
- Evstati Stratev as the correspondence student
- Valcho Kamarashev as the cousin
- Georgi Rusev as a friend neighbour
- Stefka Berova as Mihaylova
- Ivan Yanchev as Nedev (Yonko's boss)
- Nevena Simeonova as Nedev's wife
- Grozdan Dobrev as Emo (Yonko and Stefka's son)