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Movie describes real events that took place in 1983 when seven young Georgians, all from intellectual elite families, attampted to flee the Soviet Union by hijacking an airliner. The crisis ended with a storming of the airliner by Soviet special forces that resulted in eight dead. The surviving hijackers were subsequently tried and executed.
The friend network, generally the offspring of moderately unopinionated, fiscally agreeable, and cluelessly neglectful expert guardians (individuals we’d call white collar class if there were such thing as classes in the Soviet Union) take part in favorably subversive exercises like going to chapel and swapping pirated in Beatles collections. Be that as it may, there is additionally among them the inclination to sudden quiets and important looks: something is in the offing.
We stay outside their connivance, however — a story choice that ransacks Gigineishvili and Nasha Bugadze’s content of the likelihood for profound portrayal or genuine association with any of the members. Their inchoate want for the “flexibility” spoke to by the west is in this manner never investigated enough to understand, regardless of whether to censure their gullibility or lift up their valiance. This distinction is reflected in the expert however somewhat reserved filmmaking, particularly DP Vladislav Opelyants’ smooth, uninvolved camerawork, which makes its mark amid one spinning, tipsy moving succession at Nika and Anna’s wedding, and later amid the strained, bleeding, appalling endeavored commandeering, yet somewhere else is confined and cool to the touch.