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Lost in Karastan (2014)

A filmmaker from England is hired to direct an epic production in the Caucasus region of Europe.

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Emil Forester
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Chulpan
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Marian
Ümit Ünal ...
Saro
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President Abashiliev
Vedat Erincin ...
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Leo Antadze ...
Igor
Amiran Katchibaia ...
Agdur
Dato Velijanashvili ...
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Lasha Ramishvili ...
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A filmmaker from England is hired to direct an epic production in the Caucasus region of Europe.

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Lost in integrity
17 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

An international co production, large crew,another 'film'to add to the personal credits . This film has a couple of interesting,what might have been,sequences, but it has no moral cinematic , creative or political heart.Instead it is the sum of itself. A movie about the exploitation of film by a dictator schooled in the age of public relations and self power.And that is what the film is for the makers themselves.A shrine to self indulgence, no thought,no heritage; a laugh with a budget that could have gone somewhere worthwhile.But no doubt the script was pitched professionally,the p.r. on the ball, the funding opportunities researched and proprieties followed to the letter. This film is an icon to an age of cinema resume writing, another DVD or cable TV notch on the "film maker" www./Facebook /IMDb bed post of empty consumerism.


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