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WATER HAS NO BORDERS

by Maradia Tsaava

synopsis

After the civil war in the 90s Georgia lost control over Abkhazian region and a huge hydro power station was split by the borderline. The one and only connection left between the rivalling regions is a 15-kilometre tunnel carrying the water and connecting the two parts. Film director is trying to cross the borderline to see the other side and engineer-technician Irakli is her main guide. Each and every attempt to cross the line through legal possibilities is a failure, but the journey takes them to some hidden, secret stories, which are undiscoverable at first glance, like the tunnel under the ground.

international title: Water Has No Borders
original title: Tskals sazghvrebi ar akvs
country: Georgia, France
year: 2021
genre: documentary
directed by: Maradia Tsaava
film run: 85’
screenplay: Maradia Tsaava
cinematography by: Nik Voigt
film editing: Maradia Tsaava, Anne Jochum, Jérôme Huguenin-Virchaux
producer: Luciano Goor
co-producer: Edith Farine
production: OpyoDoc, Faites un Voeu
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