Cash & Marry

  • Genre: Documentary

  • Release Year: 2009

  • Duration: 76 minutes


  • Directed by: Atanas Georgiev

  • Screenplay by: Marjan Alcevski, Atanas Georgiev

  • Produced by: Sinisa Juricic, Ralph Wieser, Atanas Georgiev

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Synopsis:

Two enterprising Macedonians have hatched a plan to buy a bride and secure a passport to the European Union. Their journey is a delightful romp through Vienna's colleges, metro stations, and red light districts with poignant glimpses of what lies beyond the fringes. Eventually they meet Barbara, a young communist who is willing to marry Atanas on political and compassionate grounds, but pursuing a marriage without love proves to be more challenging than anyone expects. The bureaucratic and psychological barriers that these hapless heroes face only highlights how modern day Europe is struggling to be redefined by its burgeoning immigrant underclass.
This film premiered in the Hot Docs film festival 2009.


Parents Guide: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking and Frightening/Intense Scenes.

Director Information:

Atanas Georgiev

Biography:

Atanas Georgiev - (born 1977, Macedonia)
Studied at the Arts Academy in Skopje, Film und TV Editing. Works as director and editor and lives in Prague.
Filmography:
Who is the Beast (1998), Balkan Blue (1999), ? (2000), Cash & Marry (2009).

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