WHAT DO WE SEE WHEN WE LOOK AT THE SKY?
[რას ვხედავთ, როდესაც ცას ვუყურებთ?] [RAS VKHEDAVT, RODESAC CAS VUKUREBT?]
The celebrated second feature from Georgian-born, Berlin-based auteur Alexandre Koberidze is a modern-day fairytale unlike any other. This enchanting film transports audiences to the Georgian riverside city of Kutaisi, where summertime romance and World Cup fever are in the air. After a pair of chance encounters, pharmacist Lisa and soccer player Giorgi are smitten. They arrange a date, but fate has other plans in store: they both awaken the day of their rendezvous under the curse of the "evil eye" — magically transformed into different people (and now played by different actors). Will they meet again? Seeing the world through different eyes, surprises await the would-be couple in every cafe, courtyard and cinema. A gem from this year's Berlinale and New York Film Festival, WHAT DO WE SEE WHEN WE LOOK AT THE SKY? infuses the seemingly everyday with painterly beauty and unexpected wonder. Packed with wit and charm, this luminous portrait of young love en plein air was produced as part of Koberidze's studies at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (DFFB). (Note adapted from Mubi.) DIR/SCR Alexandre Koberidze; PROD Mariam Shatberashvili. Germany/Georgia, 2021, color, 150 min. In Georgian with English subtitles. NOT RATED
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