Film Details

Film Synopsis

For childhood friends Nana and Irina, forces beyond their control have long separated them. After many years and now on the cusp of middle age, the two women are reunited at a summerhouse in the Georgian countryside. At first glance, the time has created a huge distance between them: Irina has spent her years abroad, while Nana remained at home to raise children. Slowly, the distance shrinks as the two women reconcile their complex feelings for one another and are forced to unwrap the secret joy that made their friendship so powerful. Inspired by Galaktion Tabidze’s poem “I still see it, your apartment at the edge of the forest”.

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