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Is it possible for fountains to freeze or melt despite the weather? You just need to stop and look around... The Summer of Frozen Fountains is a mosaic of several interlinked characters in the city of Tbilisi, each in search of their individual happiness. It's about hopes and disappointments, betrayal and forgiveness... And of course about love.
Several intertwined stories that start to unravel, curious characters, everyday dramas and joys, very often around love and heart-break, as we walk (or drive or sail) through the lovely views of Tbilisi.
Nicely shot, a bit sad and nostalgic but also funny and hopeful at the same time.
Great music, too, especially the amazing song with two female voices and a guitar, I'd watch it even if there was nothing else but this song.
And, as of today, proud winner of the Sofia Film Festival jury's special award.
So open your heart and mind and go see it if you have the chance.
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