In focus. Open spaces. Caucasus 2011
  • Director: Rusudan Pirveli

    Born 1975 in Tbilisi. After graduating the Japanese Language Course, continued her study as a film director. Made numerous shorts and documentaries of different type – experimental, narrative, comedies and dramas. Her shorts were screened on numerous festivals. Also active as an editor and producer.

Georgia,  2010,  78 min.
Ekaterine Kobakhidze, Giorgi Gogishvili, Levan Lordkipanidze, Avtandil Tetradze
In focus. Open spaces. Caucasus

Hope and expectations can make you strong, but when reality destroys illusions a twelve year old boy grows fast. He is a 12-year-old boy and like any other boy, he likes to play games and to collect pieces of stained colorful glass. But his daily life consists of a working at the illegal vodka distillery, where his job is to deliver the vodka bottles to the alcohol consumers, like small cafes and little booths, a prostitute here and a drunk there. He’s paying share of his income to street criminals and tries to stay away from the eyes of policemen. One day the mother tells the boy, that the father is arriving in few days after a long absence. Hoping, until now unknown father is taking them away, Susa starts his new life immediately – taking all the efforts to say goodbye to the old life.