Three Houses (film)

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Three Houses
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Directed by Zaza Urushadze
Written byZaza Urushadze
Produced byZaza Urushadze, Archil Gelovani, Levan Korinteli
Starring Zurab Kipshidze
Cinematography Giorgi Shvelidze
Edited byAlexander kuranov
Music by Giorgi Tsintsadze
GFNC, Independent project
Release date
Running time
96 min

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



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