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Since Otar Left

2003
Drama
1h 43m
A bittersweet tale of deception and affection about three Georgian women -- strong-willed matriarch Eka, her long-suffering daughter Marina and rebellious granddaughter Ada -- all live together in their stately-yet-crumbling apartment in contemporary Tbilisi, the capital of the former Soviet republic. (Zeitgeist Films)
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Since Otar Left

2003
Drama
1h 43m
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Rated 04 Mar 2007
85
73rd
This is a story about three women from three different generations, living in post-Communism Georgia. But it's more than just that.It's a tale of cultural contrasts, of distance, of lying to someone because you love them, of despair, and of an inspiring hope for the future.
Rated 03 Nov 2007
86
88th
Amazing story..
Rated 28 Jun 2012
8
84th
Perceptive, touching, allegorical, sociocritical, (post)communism, high believability thanks in equal part to strong writing and acting, three women, gender roles, death, loss, tragedy, survival, comedy, reminiscent of "Good Bye Lenin!" and "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days".
Rated 19 Oct 2013
5
70th
an affecting drama. more emotionally involving than expected.
Rated 18 Feb 2021
84
82nd
Excellent movie from Bertucelli. Film was shown when it participated in PÖFF (Dark Nights Film Festival). The most difficult role had Marina (Khomasuridze). Her struggle to bring the food on the table and coupe with being in the role of less favorite child was brilliantly played. Title will say, who is the favorite child.

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