Tbilisi, I Love You

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"Love in this city ... is complicated"
  • 2014
  • 1 hr 33 min
  • 7.0  (223)

Tbilisi, I Love You is a 2014 romantic drama anthology movie that features ten separate stories taking place in the city of Tbilisi, Georgia. Each storyline is connected through love, relationships, and chance encounters that demonstrate the diversity of culture, attitudes, and people in the city. The movie starts with a short introduction by Malcolm McDowell, explaining that Tbilisi is a city full of hidden secrets and beauty, and the stories that follow are just a few examples of why he loves the city so much.

The first story features an American artist named Emily (played by Sarah Dumont) who visits Tbilisi and falls in love with a local man named Giorgi (played by George Finn). The two have a passionate love affair, but Emily is conflicted about her feelings as she must return to America soon.

In the second story, Ron Perlman plays an American ex-pat named Frank, who has been living in Tbilisi for over 20 years. He is a successful businessman who has become disillusioned with his life in Georgia. Frank meets a young woman named Nino, who helps him rediscover his love for the city and the beauty that surrounds him.

The third story focuses on a young couple, Lika and Sandro, who are trying to navigate their relationship in the face of societal pressure and family expectations. The couple must decide whether they are willing to risk everything to be together, or if they should follow tradition and the wishes of their families.

In the fourth story, a young singer named Tako (played by Nutsa Kukhianidze) falls in love with a married man named Zaza (played by Giorgi Tsaava). The two have a secret affair, but Tako must decide whether being with Zaza is worth the pain and heartbreak that comes with being the other woman.

The fifth story follows a young man named Levan (played by Lasha Pilauri) who is in love with his best friend, Mariam (played by Eka Chkheidze). Levan must navigate his feelings for Mariam as he also tries to balance his responsibilities as a caretaker for his sick mother.

In the sixth story, a young woman named Nana (played by Nino Kuchukhidze) is desperate to find love, so she turns to online dating. Nana meets a man named David (played by Shalva Khuskivadze), and the two have a whirlwind romance that is tested when they discover they have very different personalities and lifestyles.

The seventh story follows a young couple, Alan and Ani (played by Tornike Bziava and Ani Karseladze), who must navigate the challenges of a long-distance relationship. Alan is in America, while Ani is in Tbilisi, and the couple must decide whether their love is strong enough to withstand the distance and separation.

The eighth story features a young man named Gia (played by Levan Mekhuzla) who falls in love with a woman named Sophie (played by Sophie Lane Curtis) who has come to Tbilisi to explore her roots. Gia helps Sophie discover the beauty and magic of the city, and in doing so, he also discovers his own passion for life and love.

In the ninth story, a man named Beso (played by Buka Kartvelishvili) is in love with a woman named Ketevan (played by Tamar Bukhnikashvili). The two have been in love since they were young, but they have never been able to be together due to their families' feud. Beso must find a way to reconcile with Ketevan's father and prove that his love for her is genuine.

The final story features a young married couple, Ana and Goga (played by Ani Bebia and Lasha Bakradze), who are struggling to keep the passion and love alive in their marriage. The couple must learn to compromise and communicate to keep their relationship strong.

Overall, Tbilisi, I Love You is a beautiful and heartfelt tribute to the city of Tbilisi and its people. The stories are diverse and engaging, featuring a wide range of characters and situations that explore the complexities of love and relationships. The talented cast and stunning cinematography make for an enchanting and memorable viewing experience.

Tbilisi, I Love You is a 2014 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 33 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.0.

Tbilisi, I Love You
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    1 hr 33 min
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (223)