A Trip to Karabakh

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A trip to Karabakh
A Trip to Karabakh.jpg
Directed by Levan Tutberidze
Produced by Levan Korinteli
George Kharabadze
Written by Aka Morchiladze
Irakli Solomonashvili, based on the Journey to Karabakh
Starring Levan Doborjginidze
Mikheil Meskhi
Dato Iashvili
Nutsa Kukhianidze
Music by Nukri Abashidze
Cinematography Goran Pavicevic
Edited by Boris Machytka
Niko Tarielashvili
Distributed by Film Studio Remka
Release date
2005
Running time
105 minutes
Country Georgia
Language Georgian

A trip to Karabakh (Gaseirneba Karabaghshi in Georgian) is a 2005 Georgian film directed by Levan Tutberidze and based on the 1992 novel "Journey to Karabakh" by Aka Morchiladze.

Plot[edit]

A group of teenage boys from Tbilisi take a trip to Azerbaijan to buy drugs, and end up fighting in the Nagorno-Karabakh War, when they are captured by Azerbaijani militants, with one subsequently being captured by the Armenians. During the course of events, the main character has flashbacks to his relationship with his father, as well as a depressive prostitute.

Cast[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Grand Prize (Kinoshok - Open CIS and Baltic Film Festival
  • FIPRESCI Prize (Tbilisi International Film Festival)

References[edit]

A Trip to Karabakh at the Internet Movie Database