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German cinema company is shooting a movie about Shevarnadze2009-11-02 10:26
A German company is shooting a non-fiction movie about 81-year old Eduard Shevarnadze, the ex-Foreign Minister of the USSR and the ex-President of Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The shooting process is dated to November 9th, the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall - the VZGLYAD.
In his Saturday's interview to the Rezonansi [Tbilisi newspaper] Shevarnadze said for the movie he visited settlement Mamati [Guria, West Georgia] where he was born.
"I presented an icon to the church, and a book of my memoirs to the school," he said.
He added children didn't meet him as the local authorities sent them harvesting that day.
The ex-President doesn't support the course of the present-day President Mikheil Saakashvili, and perhaps, that was why the school didn't give him a warm welcome.
Next October, in the light of the 20th anniversary of Germany unification, he intends to visit the country.