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Autumn in the 1990s. An Estonian village in Abkhazia. Forest-covered hills, the sea, tangerine orchards. The Abkhazian War in Georgia. Two villagers – an old man Ivo and his neighbour Markus – are the only ones who haven’t left. Markus wants to harvest his tangerine plantation, although Ivo is against cropping during wartime. As the war approaches and the conflict takes place before their very eyes, Ivo finds a survior on the battlefield – a wounded Caucasian man Akhmed. Despite the danger Ivo takes him to his place. When Markus, while burying the perished Georgians, also finds a survivor. The tangerin harvesters now must resolve their own war, happening under their roof with enemies from both sides.


Estonian-Georgian co-production feature film

 Screenwriter and Director: Zaza Urushadze (Georgia)

 Director of Photography: Rein Kotov (Estonia)

 Producers: Ivo Felt (Estonia) and Zaza Urushadze (Georgia)


Feature / 87 min. / Cinemascope / 5.1


Domestic release date October 31, 2013


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