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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|
|Directed by||Nika Agiashvili|
|Written by||Nika Agiashvili|
|Produced by||David Agiashvili|
|Edited by||Irakli Chkhikvadze|
|Music by||Niaz Diasamidze|
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.
- "Tbilisi, I Love You". Agenda.ge. Retrieved 30 June 2020.