This film about a post-Socialist folk hero is overwhelmed by the miscellaneous facets of its subject matter.
Kamen Kalev takes on the unrealistic aim of cramming Bulgaria's post-Communist transition into his debut.
Szabolcs Hajdu is back with a feature starring his family as cast and their apartment as setting.
Anna Batori saw Levan Koguashvili’s Street Days, which revolves around a heroin addict's plight, and his quest for dignity.
Anna Batori reviews this well-known Georgian film in the context of its meta-commentary on the Georgian film industry.
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