Diving deeper into the Georgian cinema!
On the previous movie nights, we watched some of the most internationally well-known Georgian movies. This time, we will go deeper and watch something less covered but noteworthy.
I asked several people, including movie experts, and gathered some options for you. The choice is really hard, and I hope you will help to choose one of them (or suggest your option – with a source) :)
So, here is the list, all movies have original audio + English subs:
1. The Wishing Tree
It is a Protected content drama directed by Tengiz Abuladze. The textures of folk legend and striking visual allegory permeate The Wishing Tree, an episodic pastorale set in a pre-revolutionary Georgian village and spanning four seasons in the lives of various village characters.
2. Shorts directed by Mikheil Kobakhidze. Musicians Protected content , Umbrella Protected content , Wedding Protected content some others. Shorts about people and their life with some touch of mystery, such as: a railway controller and his sweetheart live in peace next to the railway tracks. Out of nowhere, an umbrella flies into their life.
A Protected content art-drama film directed by Giorgi Shengelaia.
The story about famous, worldwide known and most aclaimed Georgian Primitivst artist Niko Pirosmani.
4. The Plea
A Protected content art drama directed by Tengiz Abuladze based on the poems of Vazha-Pshavela. It regarded as an influential classic and is an appreciated work of 20th century world cinema.
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