In Georgia a man in his 40s, Levan, is waiting in a clinic for an MRI examination. He needs to find out what's causing the pain in his shoulder. He's nervous. By the time he leaves the ... See full summary »
The story of Pascal Ichak, a larger-than-life French traveller, bon vivant, and chef, who falls in love with Georgia and a Georgian princess in the early 1920s. All is well until the ... See full summary »
It would have been a respectable representation of the modern Russian political and social reality under Vladimir Putin if it would not be so boring and repetitive. There have been several places where you could feel having seen the same over and over again. The same ideas and suggestions offered to the viewer repeatedly have made an impression of overly extended presentation. Sometimes it seemed that the film could have been at least 3 times shorter as it was. On the other hand, an ignorant or interested viewer is able to make a well grounded view of the present peoples' feelings in the yet revived Russian 'derzhava'. People simply are so obsessed about the formula about the never-failing "tzar the father" e.g. the president.
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