Barabadzé is young and idle. He lives with his mother and hangs about the suburbs of Tbilissi with his drop-out friends. They commit small robberies and take drugs to kill time. At times, they drive to the shores of the Black Sea. When one of his friends dies of an overdose, Barabadzé is arrested and sent to jail, then to a camp… Years later, he is free. A broken and toughened man. Barabadzé starts teaming up with the mafia of Taschkent…
Levan Zakareichvili was born in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 1953, and studied geology at the University of Tbilisi. In 1985, he graduated from the Screenwriting and Directing College in Moscow. His first feature film They was shown in the Directors’ Fortnight in 1992.
Leva Zakareichvili, Ghia Badridzé
Tamara Potskhichvili, Ghia Lapéradzé
Production : Banque Atlanta, Tbilissi, Georgie Vente à l’étranger : Socété Aris Nino, Paris, France