Tbilisi, I Love You

Tbilisi, I Love You (Georgian: თბილისი, მიყვარხარ Tbilisi, miq’varkhar) is a 2014 anthology film starring an ensemble cast of actors of various nationalities and part of Emmanuel Benbihy’s Cities Of Love franchise that started with Paris, je t'aime and New York, I Love You.

Tbilisi, I Love You
Tbilisi, I Love You movie poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byNika Agiashvili
Irakli Chkhikvadze
Levan Glonti
Alexander Kviria
Tako Shavgulidze
Kote Takaishvili
Levan Tutberidze.
Written byNika Agiashvili
Emmanuel Benbihy
Tristan Carné
Levan Glonti
Sandro Kakulia
Archil Kikodze
Alexander Kviria
Tako Shavgulidze
Kote Takaishvili
Levan Tutberidze
Produced byDavid Agiashvili
Nika Agiashvili
Emmanuel Benbihy
Jason Speer
Edited byIrakli Chkhikvadze
Levan Kukhashvili
Nodar Nozadze
Rusudan Pirveli
Music byNiaz Diasamidze
Production
company
Storyman Pictures
Release date
  • 20 February 2014 (2014-02-20)[1]
Running time
93 minutes
CountryGeorgia
LanguagesGeorgian, English

The film consists of a series of 10 short films written and directed by natives of Georgia, and take on a personal narrative about the republic's capital city. Malcolm McDowell and Ron Perlman both feature. McDowell's vignette centers on an actor who reluctantly agrees to a one-month shoot in Tbilisi and develops a love affair with the city. Perlman's short features him as a nameless American motorcyclist who rides through Tbilisi's remote areas with a woman named Freedom.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Tbilisi, I Love You". Agenda.ge. Retrieved 30 June 2020.

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