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  Ave on DVD
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  Network is pleased to announce the DVD release of this road trip with a twist- AVE (15) is available to buy on DVD on 28th May 2012, RRP £15.99.

When hitchhiking from Sofia to Ruse, Kamen, an art student, meets Ave, a 17-year old runaway girl. With each ride they hitch, Ave invents new identities for them, and her compulsive lies get Kamen deeper and deeper into trouble. As the couple sinks further into a confusion of adventures and incidents and ultimately, they are forced to confront both death and love in a cathartic and life-changing experience.

Inspired by haunting real-life events and encounter, Konstantin Bojanov’s debut feature is as spontaneous and freewheeling as the characters’ adventures. With great levity and humour, this remarkable, triple-award winning film explores exceptional moments when time stops and one’s responsibility starts and ends only with one’s own heart.
  Graeme Clark [18 May 2012 at 20:17]
     

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