Tbilisi I Love You is part of Cities of Love franchise that started with Paris I Love You and New York I Love You. The movie is a series of ten short films that are written and directed by ... See full summary »
Due to a fateful occurrence, Yue Wuyi leaves home. He meets revered master Xie Yi, who imparts to him the magical arts of Yan, and thus begins his journey of cultivation. Along the way he ... See full summary »
The Sun of the Sleepless. The film is about a doctor named Gela Bendeliani (Elgudzha Burduli) and his wealthless family in Tbilisi in Soviet Georgia. In the film Gela Bendeliani has an unlimited capacity for generosity and forgiveness.
A group of teenage boys from Tbilisi take a trip to Azerbaijan to buy drugs, and end up fighting in the Nagorno-Karabakh War, when they are captured by Azerbaijani militants, with one ... See full summary »
Three American students vacationing in Finland, cross the border into Russia for fun of it. When they are spotted by the Russian soldiers who are shooting to kill, it's not fun anymore. ... See full summary »
An old man goes to visit his wounded son in a hospital, but it turns out that he's already been released and is back on the front lines. Reluctant to return home empty-handed, he tries to follow and find him.
Because the nation of Georgia had very little infrastructure with regards to film production, much of the below-the-line crew was filled by technicians and craftspeople from Bulgaria. See more »
News announcer quotes Vladimir Putin that "the loss Georgia was a major geopolitical tragedy of the twentieth century" (apparently meaning the South Ossetian War 1991-'92). Putin has never said that. In fact, in 2005, he referred to collapse of the Soviet Union the main geopolitical tragedy of the twentieth century. See more »
In Polish release, music from ending credits was replaced by fragments of Lech Kaczynski's speech from Tbilisi in 2008. Additionally, Polish version was dedicated to Kaczynski. See more »
No Fear of Heights
Written and Performed by Katie Melua
Courtesy of Dramatico Entertainment Ltd. See more »
Prior to the review, I ask readers to forgive my meager knowledge of English. I write to you from Russia. I was amused and annoyed by the concept, with which your writers (writers of film - I do not know how to write English is right) presented the Russian reality. Represent Russian murderers, thieves, maniacs, mentally handicapped is fundamentally not correct. It's the same thing as to present Germans as Nazis, Americans as fat, the French as a frog-eaters, the Italians as mobsters. We call it cranberry - a not real picture of Russia. I hope it is clear why I decided to name as your resume - Hello, Mr. Popcorn? Such a film can be viewed only by eating popcorn! Your government is out of ordinary Americans make zombies - and the film is likely to custom, to incite ethnic hatred between the Americans and Russian. You can easily see that I'm right - вы to visit Russia. You will not find the thugs, murderers, thieves, rapists, the snow (at least 7-9 months of the year there is no snow in Moscow!), Bears, accordion and balalaika, bears, hats ushanok, soldiers' uniforms to the ground, the red stars on the head and red flag. In 2008, Russia stood up for Ossetia, which does not want to be part of Georgia, along the lines of Quebec in Canada. The only difference is that Canada did not send troops to Quebec, to suppress the natural rights of nations to self- determination and sovereignty. Because Canada is a civilized country, in Georgia ruled by a dictator. This is pure politics, the United States maintains some dictators, Russia others. In this win-wrong and the U.S. and Russia, but we do not make movies about Gaddafi, do not make heroes of the tyrants. Wealthy Americans to visit in Ossetia is very easy, for 2-3 days. Ask themselves Ossetians - who is to blame for the war. Do not believe the lies. And think logically - Russian in the film is being shot from helicopters captured the village, but it is not logical! This is just one of hundreds of examples to prove the falsity of this film. PS: I ask, who knows English to correct written. I hope that one day the truth will prevail!
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