The Gramophone General
The Gramophone General is a 1977 Albanian drama film directed and written by Viktor Gjika
In the mid-1930s, the penetration and preparation of the Italian invasion of 1939 began. Halit Berati, a virtuoso clarinetist and Parandili, are invited by an Italian entrepreneur to record in gramophone plates, their tunes which will be sold together with Italian music the time of fascism. During this time the strikes of oil workers begin where Halil Berati is a worker.