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Two photo exhibitions precede the premiere of the film "Here I am, Again" about Boyan Petrov

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Two photo exhibitions precede the premiere of the film "Here I am, Again" about the famous Bulgarian climber Boyan Petrov. Visitors can see the first exhibition between November 1 and 22 in front of "Kino Cabana" near the National Palace of Culture. The second exhibition will take place from November 22 until December 6 in the Crystal Garden in Bulgaria’s capital. The exhibitions include selected film footage and photographs from Boyan Petrov's private archive, the website Impressio informs.

The film " Here I'm Again" traces Boyan Petrov's attempt to climb the eight-thousander Shisha Pangma. Boyan Petrov disappeared in an attempt to conquer Shisha Pangma, but despite the unprecedented rescue operation, he was not found.

The Bulgarian premiere of the film will take place on November 29 within the frameworks of the festival “Cinemania” and "Challenge Days". As of December 3, the film will be in the Bulgarian cinemas.


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