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    Géorgie, au cœur du Caucase

    A 73 minute journey documenting Georgia's stunning landscapes, people and ancient culture still alive in 'The Greatest of Small Countries'.

    Trailer - "Géorgie, au cœur du Caucase" - par Nicolas Pernot

    Uploaded Nov 12, 2018

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    Géorgie, au cœur du Caucase

    Directed by Nicolas Pernot 2018 73 min

    Trailer - "Géorgie, au cœur du Caucase" - par Nicolas Pernot

    Uploaded Nov 12, 2018
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    Géorgie, au cœur du Caucase

    Timeless Georgia is a visual journey through Georgia. Documenting the stunning landscapes, people and ancient traditions that are still alive in this fascinating country.

    The film takes you on a picturesque and captivating journey into the culture and landscape of a little-known country at Europe’s gateway.

    The film is remarkable for its original aerial shots and the accompanying polyphonic songs, while the book captures sublime moments of daily life.

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