During World War II, Georgy Makharashvili, an old peasant wine-grower, leaves his Georgian village and goes off to the front lines to find his son, a wounded soldier. But before the father ... See full summary »
Grown up granddaughter recalls summer days spent in the village together with her grandmother Mariam and other children. Her memories are bitter sweet mix of childhood nostalgia and real life anecdotes.
Small Georgian village (ca. 1890) Magdana a widow lives in a shack with her 3 children and ekes out a living selling yogurt. When the children find a donkey lying by the road and nurse it to health, it seems the family's troubles are over.
Old Luka dreams to plant rare pear saplings in his orchard, so that after years his beloved grandson Kakha will enjoy its fruits. In his tough journey to get the saplings, Luka gives Kakha lots of life lessons.
Bashi-Achiki is a hero in personal and patriotic battlefields during an uprising against Persian conquerors. Started in Kakheti, the uprising spread all over the Georgia and lead to Bakhtrioni war of liberation.
Potter's son Gogita moves from his distant village Sabudara to the town. Knowledge obtained from his father and his personal qualities help Gogita on his difficult way towards professional success and beautiful Tebrole's heart.
On his last working day, postman Giorgi leads newbie letter-carrier Lamara to familiar houses. While visiting ordinary people, they experience very unusual professional and personal situations and try hard to find the best ways out.
Bullied Jotia throws heavy stone to an incredibly long distance and attracts the interest of the world records committee. But, the only motivation for wannabe record-holder is to be told swear-word again.