The Playlist of Kitodar Todorov



13 April 2017 text Emanuela Ivanova photo Aneliya Todorova
A few weeks ago we rushed in Friday at 5 sharp to get ourselves some quick humour with the two season of the YouTube show. That's when we came across Address to the nation - a video which redirected us to an Indiegogo campaign that is raising money for season 3. 


Today is Sunday but we're at Friday bar with Kitodar Todorov who's convincing us to put our dollar in his money box with a cause and he managed for an hour and a half - and with no pep talk, but with the inspirations from music, television and film that are playing in his head while he's making us laugh.

The movie you remember from your childhood
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest



I remember that my mother didn't take me to see this movie when it was in cinemas in Bulgaria. Decades later, when I finally saw it, I realised that I perfectly remember the final scene that I once saw as an extract on TV.

The show you wished you've starred in
Ulicata - No to joy



It was a great show and I miss something like it on television today. This is one of my most favourite videos from it.

The most difficult video you've ever done
Address To The Nation



It was my idea to film it in Spanish, even though I don't speak the language. it took me 20 days to memorise the text because I have difficulties learning by heart.

The song you've been playing for years
Bach - Prelude and Fugue in C Minor



It is part of a whole decade of my life and I can't share a specific story because my memories are strictly emotional - I remember the feeling I associate a song with and sometimes the season, but never the whole story.

The series you can watch over and over again
Breaking Bad



It could be Breaking Bad but the thing is - I've never seen it. I don't watch series and I have no explanation for that. I know I'll like some of them but there is always something else happening.

The song that gives you ideas for your comedy
Tom Waits - Innocent When You Dream



It may sound strange but mu comedy comes from sadness and darkness. That the things I dive into the get inspirations.

The last movie you saw in cinema and really liked
Queen Of The Dessert



I don't like big crowd so I don't often do to the movies but at a festival in Varna I recently saw Queen Of the Dessert and I liked it because of the nice portrayal of the Arab world - I like this region because of the respect that people there have of each other.

 

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