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| Rezo Cheishvili Eldar Shengelaia|
Ramaz Giorgobiani Sesilia Takaishvili
Ramaz Giorgobiani, Sesilia Takaishvili, Vasil Kakhniashvili
Eldar Shengelaia, Rezo Cheishvili
Extraordinary Exhibition, Children of Nagasaki, The Eccentrics, The White Caravan, The Wishing Tree
Blue Mountains (Georgian: ცისფერი მთები ანუ დაუჯერებელი ამბავი, translit.: tsisperi mtebi anu daujerebeli ambavi) is a 1983 Georgian comedy-drama directed by Eldar Shengelaia. The film is about a passive young man Soso (Ramaz Giorgobiani), an author, entering the Soviet-controlled bureaucracy of Georgia attempting to get his novel published only to be neglected and compartmentalized at every turn.The film was selected for screening as part of the Cannes Classics section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Blue Mountains (1983 film) Wikipedia
Novelist Soso (Ramaz Giorgobiani) goes to his publishing house in an attempt to find someone interested in publishing his latest manuscript. The employees shuffle the author's manuscript around their office from person to person, but everyone seems to be too busy to actually read it. Soso ultimately discovers that the employees are so wrapped up in their responsibilities that not even a giant structural flaw in the building can get their attention.Ramaz Giorgobiani as Soso - writer.
Vasil Kakhniashvili as Vaso
Teimuraz Chirgadze as Director
Ivane Sakvarelidze as Markscheider
Sesilia Takaishvili as cashier
Music is Composed by Giya Kancheli.Soundtrack,Main music theme.