Director: Géla Babluani, Temur Babluani
Runtime: 77 minutes
TV Rating: TV14
Appeared at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival
Filmmaker Géla Babluani (13 TZAMETI) and his father, Temur Babluani, co-direct a dark and mordantly witty thriller about cultural arrogance, set in the Georgian republic. Three French friends and a hired interpreter head into the lawless countryside to locate and film a castle which one has inherited. However, during their trip, the trio’s curiosity is aroused when they learn about an ancient blood feud and impending execution, and they tag along to try to settle the dispute, camera in tow. Special Jury Prize winner for World Cinema at Sundance.