A Smartphone turns into a time machine and sends three teenagers into the 19th Century to get rebels' gold treasure. They come back into the present times together with the two rebels instead.
Three teenagers Angelina, Marko and Philip are trying to collect money in various ways for medical treatment of a sick child. However, the child's father, who is a weak-willed drunk, gambles away the money they have collected. Desperation drives the young people to look for Chieftain Vulchan's hidden treasure. Then they have incredible adventures when in a magic way they are transported to the time of the formidable haidouks. At a moment when their lives hang by a thread, the three should instantly return to their present world. While they are going through the time line two of the haidouks - Chieftain Vulchan and Father Martin - are also transported to the present time when a portal opens up by mistake. Having found themselves in the unknown world of the future, they help the boys free Angelina, who was kidnapped by her father's creditors. They find the hidden treasure to help the sick child, and give the young people a lesson in moral, responsibility, and fairness.
The film is suitable for children of 9-18 years of age and their parents.Title in Bulgarian: Smartphonat Beglec
Duration: 90 min.
Shooting Format: 2K FLAT
Sound: Dolby 5.1
Language: Bulgarian, English, Italian (with English subtitles)
Written by: Dr. Zlatina Filipova
Director of Photography: Hristo Genkov
Main Cast: Simeon Filipov, Matey Genchev, Vasilena Stoyanova
Produced by: Dr. Zlatina Filipova
Executive Producer: Desislava Kovacheva
Production: Amrita Art
Available Territories: World
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