Tangerines (2013)

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War in Georgia, Apkhazeti region in 1990. An Estonian man Ivo has stayed behind to harvest his crops of tangerines. In a bloody conflict at his door, a wounded man is left behind, and Ivo is forced to take him in.

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  • Lembit Ulfsak in Tangerines (2013)
  • Giorgi Nakashidze and Lembit Ulfsak in Tangerines (2013)
  • Giorgi Nakashidze in Tangerines (2013)
  • Lembit Ulfsak in Tangerines (2013)
  • Elmo Nüganen and Lembit Ulfsak in Tangerines (2013)
  • Lembit Ulfsak in Tangerines (2013)

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16 January 2015 | Red_Identity
Very good
That's what a nomination from the Oscars can do to a foreign-language film. it can build hype, put them on the spotlight, let so many others see films that might have not otherwise been seen by people who usually don't go out of their way to see foreign films. It's a rather lovely film, despite having subject matter that would be seen as glum or dry. Surely, it's not a "happy" film, but it's lovely in its themes that it reinforces by the end and what it's ultimately trying to tell us. In that way, it succeeds greatly and it offers as a reminder of our own problems and our own flaws, and that humanity, despite so many reasons to not care about others, can prevail in the end and make you really care for someone.

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