Omnipresent (2017)

  • Year: 2017
  • Released: 13 Oct 2017
  • Country: Bulgaria
  • Adwords: 7 wins & 1 nomination
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: Bulgarian
  • MPA Rating: N/A
  • Genre: Drama
  • Runtime: 120 min
  • Writer: Ilian Djevelekov, Matey Konstantinov
  • Director: Ilian Djevelekov
  • Cast: Velislav Pavlov, Teodora Duhovnikova, Vesela Babinova
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Omnipresent Movie Reviews

Amazing Bulgarian movie for the digital age

I’m amazed by the movie and the whole idea behind it! It illustrates the digital age and all the dangers behind it! Great masterpiece and everyone must watch it !

Contemporary, sincere, real

A contemporary story told in very realistic setting, a lot of character background. What I did not like were the same old pauses, which characters add for some unknown reason (drama probably) for the past 50 years of Bulgarian cinema. Fortunately they are getting shorter and shorter with each decade. Sound, again. Character speech is sometimes hard to understand.

Acting was superb , casting fitted the characters perfectly. The only weaker role had main character’s girlfriend – Maria. But since this is her first big role, it was a good start.

I’m glad the director- Ilian Djevelekov continues to make better and better movies. The screenplay was very very interesting, detailed and tight. This time he raised the bar way far, so for his next movie we’ll have much higher expectations.

What shook me most is how real every scene was. At least half of the feelings I saw in the characters I have also felt myself. Immersive, part of real life stories, down to earth characters. Both interesting, spicy, zero exaggerating and in the end – even brutal. Highly recommended!

Omnipresent: realistic, annoying and funny

“Omnipresent” (2017) is the strangest Bulgarian movie that I have ever seen – a unique idea in the Bulgarian cinema, good acting, but there are so many unnecessary scenes which just can’t develop the characters. Everything is so slow, realistic, annoying and silly – these constant sex scenes brought the mixed feelings that I had after watching the film.

Emil (the main character) isn’t the great hero who saves the day, his story is so real and imperfect. Relationships, job, family life, spicy reactions and emotions – they actually made me give 6/10. He was simultaneously a badass and a charming funny gentleman who follows all the actions of his father-in-law.