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Tolbukhin:

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, city (1993 pop. 104,668), NE Bulgaria, a commercial and cultural center of the Dobruja region. Foodstuffs and cotton textiles are produced. The city was called (1913–40) Bazargic under Romanian rule and was renamed (1949–91) Tolbukhin to honor the Soviet
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Tolbukhin

 

(until 1949, Dobrich), a city in northeastern Bulgaria; administrative center of Tolbukhin District. Population, approximately 80,000 (1974). Tolbukhin, a transportation junction and trade center of a large agricultural region, has enterprises for the production of machinery, foodstuffs, textiles, and footwear. The Center for Research and Development in Grain and Fodder Production is located in Tolbukhin. The city was renamed in honor of F. I. Tolbukhin.

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La segunda entrevista a Tolbukhin supone un abandono del interes de inscribir lo real a partir de la articulacion combinada de tecnicas y formatos televisivos que, para Corner, dotan de creatividad al documental (citado en Newcomb, 1997).
El desdoblamiento interpretativo en Aro Tolbukhin .
Asi pues, se tiene una especie de collage polifonico que le da un seguimiento logico a la historia echada a andar y en un principio dependiente de los flujos discursivos: la llegada de Tolbukhin a la Mision, su enfermedad, los cuidados de la hermana Carme.
De modo que si el relato se toma como ilustracion del testimonio del personaje interpretado por Gimenez Cacho, la organizacion filmica pareceria proponer la existencia de un suceso decisivo en la vida del adolescente Tolbukhin, de donde se deducirian los sangrientos crimenes de Guatemala, con la relacion incestuosa de los hermanos adolescentes en Hungria.
En 1981 se detiene a Aro Tolbukhin, acusado de quemar vivas a siete personas en la Mision del Divino Redentor en Guatemala.
On April 20, Tolbukhin received an order from Moscow for Renner to form a government.
Entonces, la imagen del verdadero Aro Tolbukhin, en la entrevista, parece inverosimil; como espectadores, la imagen de Daniel Gimenez Cacho, el actor que lo representa, con su actuacion contenida y rigurosa, se nos hace mas cercana, mas creible; el misterioso relato en blanco y negro que poetiza por completo la infancia del asesino, la parte mas humana e intima.
Tobulkhin and Carmen, functioning as a kind of family, bring the child up; but when the child is drowned due to an oversight by Tolbukhin, he begins his descent into fiery, destructive madness.
From grainy interviews with Tolbukhin in prison and his nanny Dada (Pepa Charro), we learn of his birth to a strict father (Jesus Ramos) and a mother who died in childbirth: Latter fact is hidden from the boy and his beautiful sister, Selma (Mariona Castillo), with whom he develops an incestuous relationship.
The mature Tolbukhin, when interviewed, offers no explanations about himself, a move typical of willfully difficult helmer Villaronga.
Perfs are fine, particularly from the gaunt, haunted-looking Daniel Gimenez Cacho as the mature Tolbukhin.