Making a portrait of an entire country is impossible. But that’s exactly what I tried to do during my travels through Georgia, twenty years after the dissolution of the USSR. Apart its from conflict with Russia in 2008, I have long been drawn to the work of filmmaker Otar Iosseliana and his famous There Was Once a Singing Blackbird.
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