- China Nears Global Reserve Status: “There Will Be a Reset of the Financial Industry” 2015-05-29 11:26
- Stocks Began Falling Right At This Time Of The Year Just Prior To The Last Financial Crisis 2015-05-29 00:32
- Rand Paul: ‘Disingenuous’ Obama Can Stop NSA Spying Any Time He Wants 2015-05-26 22:11
- Wealthy Installing “Safe Rooms” to Prepare for Civil Unrest? 2015-05-26 21:34
- Obama Usurps Local Police With Fake “Ban” on Militarization 2015-05-26 21:28
- RIP: Over 100 newspapers dumped in year, ads down 50%, circulation hits bottom 2015-05-26 01:36
Film director Kuparadze setting up battles2010-07-13 16:44
Lack of Will, a film by Mamuka Kuparadze telling about the reasons of Georgian conflicts has heated real passions. In Abkhazia, the movie aroused indignation of Movement of Mothers, Writers Guild and oppositional parties. Georgian central channels refused to broadcast it. There started an Internet battle between the Abkhaz and the Georgians. What did Kuparadze show to become unwanted on both sides of the boundary?
Young twenty-year-old Georgians Tea and Vakho together with documental film director Mamuka Kuparadze tried to figure out the reasons of the Abkhaz-Georgian conflict when the war in South Ossetia started. The events of 2008 were multiplied by the twenty-year-old history.
The author fetched inklings of the truth in the TV chronicle of the early 90s and the reminiscences of the politicians who were making Georgia's future at that time.
Former President Eduard Shevardnadze thinks Tengiz Kitovani to be responsible for the war in Abkhazia, although he does not deny his own consent to bring Georgian troops in the republic. Another former Minister of Defense Gia Karkarashvili who won fame in Tskhinvali admits that military actions caused hatred and hostility between the nations. Still, he justifies his actions by his love for Motherland, which outweighed human lives.
Fragments of the speech delivered by Georgia's first President Zviad Gamsakhurdia and such of his statements as "there is no Abkhaz nation", "get away from here", as well as the shots of demonstrations under the slogan of "Georgia for the Georgians" finally convince the audience that the conflicts were initiated by Georgian central government's policy. It has been too egoistic, and it remains the same. Even when the Abkhaz and Ossetians were close to reconcilement, the errors committed by modern government headed by Mikhail Saakashvili did not let settle the conflicts. The idea is quite clear from the movie.