myrtoni’s review published on Letterboxd:
This beautiful film that deals with the relation beatween the past and the present, the survival of traditions in contemporary society, the conservatism of Georgia and how the struggle to preserve these traditions is suffocating young people.
(Light spoiler for those who want to watch it with no knowledge whatsoever)
The only thing keeping me from giving it 5/5 that the change of atmosphere in the middle of the film is obvious. It goes from a light, playful and youthful atmosphere to a more dark,sad one. Even though that is something you notice after your first watch.