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Tbilisi-Tbilisi (2005)

A young filmmaker named Dato has no money to make a movie, so he hangs out drinking and brooding all day in the capital of the former Soviet republic, Georgia. He is also writing a ... See full summary »

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(as Levan Zaqareishvili)

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(as Levan Zaqareishvili)
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2 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Giorgi Maskharashvili ...
Dato
Eka Nijaradze
Rusiko Kobiashvili
Kakha Kintsurashvili ...
Tedo
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Berta Khapava
Dato Khurtsilava
Shota Kristesashvili ...
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Baadur Tsuladze
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A young filmmaker named Dato has no money to make a movie, so he hangs out drinking and brooding all day in the capital of the former Soviet republic, Georgia. He is also writing a screenplay. Excerpts from his script, shot in black-and-white, are cut into his story. All the stories, including the framing story about Dato and his friends, are interwoven so that they become one long narrative about contemporary life in Georgia. Written by Anonymous

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14 July 2005 (Georgia)  »

Also Known As:

Тбилиси-Тбилиси  »

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Selected as the Georgian entry in the Best Foreign Language Film category for the 2006 Oscars. See more »

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Great film about oligarchic Georgia
5 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

Something very painful for me , for teenager now living in Tbilisi, great film about of dark times which withdrawed Georgia for decades, about absolute anarchy which made professors selling margarines, and the ministers transformed to salesmen. Even now here are lot's of families in city who's lives where destroyed by that times and have to be poor for many years, because they sold everything... Who can imagine what did the artists feel in these times, the professor gives his dissertation to saleswoman of sunilower, Why? because that time she needs it more, art lost meaning, everything became materialistic, poor robs poorer and no one cares about that. And someone with big fat stomach, crosses himself when hears of tragedy and then... then he sleeps calm ... Dark 90's of Georgia, of oligarchic state with all of it's brutality. Nothing romantic, without hope, Pure , Pessimist Georgian neorealism.

R.I.P Levan Zaqareishvili


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