Three Houses (film)

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Three Houses
Three Houses film poster.png
Directed by Zaza Urushadze
Produced by Zaza Urushadze, Archil Gelovani, Levan Korinteli
Written by Zaza Urushadze
Starring Zurab Kipshidze
Music by Giorgi Tsintsadze
Cinematography Giorgi Shvelidze
Edited by Alexander kuranov
Production
company
GFNC, Indepentend project
Release date
2008
Running time
96 min
CountryFlag of Georgia.svg  Georgia
Language Georgian

Three Houses (Georgian :სამი სახლი / Sami Sakhli) is a 2008 Georgian surrealist drama film directed by Zaza Urushadze. [1]

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Zaza Urushadze Georgian film director and screenwriter

Zaza Urushadze is a Georgian film director, screenwriter and producer.

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References

  1. www.futulabs.ee, FUTU /. "Three Houses - Focus on Georgian Cinema - site name" . Retrieved 29 March 2017.