Since Otar Left details
|Starring:||Esther Gorintin, Nino Khomasuridze, Dinara Drukarova, Temur Kalandadze|
|Genres:||Drama, World Cinema|
Since Otar Left
|Run time:||1 hour 43 minutes|
|Rental release:||18 Oct 2004|
|Main languages:||Russian, French|
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A gem: pure delight.By Rory Aitken from Totnes , 05 Mar 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]From the first shot, to the last, this gentle, moving, sensitive film felt so real, involved so deeply. The old granny: what a star! A Must See film for anyone.
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engrossingBy H. D from Salisbury , 19 Jul 2008Excellent.You really felt you were there sharing in all the awful privations.
Just LifeBy a customer from Wirral , 07 Jun 2008An excellent drama... can imagine this could so easily happen in 'real life' the three female leads were all convincing and my attention never wandered... the soundtrack was great... thoroughly recommend...
Beautiful, fully recommendedBy a customer from Newcastle, England , 26 Jan 2008The charming granny Eka will remind you of your own aged parents or grandparents... This film is full of love!
Metaphor of Eastern EuropeBy a customer from Edinburgh, Scotland , 25 Jul 2007Beautiful, I recommended to my mother.
you can make an analyzes of the economical and social situation of the Eastern European countries. The Grandmother doesn't understand what this world has become and wishes communism was still around. The son (who's a Dr) works as an illegal construction worker in a foreign country, leaving the country with no qualified workers. And the granddaughter cannot see a future for herself, she has an education but cannot find a job.
really amazing movie!
Just See it!By a customer from Stanmore , 08 Feb 2007A beautiful film revolving around three generations of women from the same family. The Grandmother is excellent - you'll feel empathy for her daughter and want to throttle her at times - but as the film progresses she is revealed to be a woman of remarkable strength. As others have said, they are some truly heartbreaking scenes and It WILL stay with you for a long time.