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Extraordinary Exhibition (Georgian: არაჩვეულებრივი გამოფენა, Russian: Необыкновенная выставка) is a 1968 Soviet black-and-white drama-Comedy film directed by Eldar Shengelaya.[1]

Extraordinary Exhibition
Extraordinary Exhibition.jpg
Film poster
Directed byEldar Shengelaya
Written byRevaz Gabriadze
StarringGuram Lordkipanidze, Valentina Telechkina and Vasil Chkhaidze
Music byGiya Kancheli
Distributed byGruziya-film
Release date
1968
Running time
94 minutes
CountrySoviet Union, Georgia
LanguageGeorgian, Russian

PlotEdit

To support his family, the sculptor undertook the production of gravestones. Then he was drawn in, and betrayed his dreams. And I understood this only when I was once in a cemetery, with my own works.

CastEdit

  • Guram Lortkipanidze as Aguli
  • Valentina Telichkina as Glafira Ogurtsova
  • Vasili Chkhaidze as Pipinia
  • Dodo Abashidze as Shavlegi
  • Salome Kancheli as Widow
  • Julieta Vashakmadze as Tina
  • Victor Deisadze as Bonaventuri
  • Akaki Doborjginidze as Dimitri
  • Aleksandre Kelbalkiani as Pestvianidze
  • Nikoloz Miqashavidze as Khurtsidze
  • Jaba Tsuladze as Akimi
  • Shota Gabelaia as Jincharadze

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "An Unusual Exhibition".

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