“Tbilisi, I Love You” set for February 20 release in Georgia (video)

“Tbilisi, I Love You” set for February 20 release in Georgia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Tbilisi, I Love You, part of Emmanuel Benbihy’s Cities Of Love franchise that started with Paris Je T’Aime and New York, I Love You, has set a February 20 release date in Georgia, according to Deadline.

The movie is a series of 10 short films that are written and directed by natives of Georgia and take on a personal narrative about the republic’s capital city.

Malcolm McDowell and Ron Perlman both feature. McDowell’s vignette centers on an actor who reluctantly agrees to a one-month shoot in Tbilisi and develops a love affair with the city. Perlman’s short sees him as a nameless American motorcyclist who rides through Tbilisi’s remote areas with a woman named Freedom.

Tbilisi, I Love You is produced by Storyman Pictures David and Nika Agiashvili. Credo Cinema’s Jason Speer, Ever So Close’s Benbihy, as well as Paata Trapaidze are exec producers. A festival schedule is being determined.

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