So, Hristo Mutafchiev became fifty too, and he wrote a book.
But it is neither a biography, nor an autobiography. In a frank conversation, the actor shares his reflections on the meaning of existence, the boundary between life and death, which opens up a new perspective on the world and the role of man in it. It is an intimate confession about crashes and elevations, social engagement, family as a sacred place, theater and favorite roles, and talent as an extraordinary chance.
But above all, it is a book about life as a generous gift and privilege.