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Bashi-Achuki (1956)
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Feature Film , 9 Part, 2615 Meter (94 Minutes) 
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The first display on the screen was held 30.11.1957 Year
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Director: Leo Esakia
Screenplays: Vladimer Karsanidze, Leo Esakia
Director of Photography: Davit Kandelaki
Production Design: Revaz Mirzashvili 
Music: Sulkhan Tsintsadze
Sound: Vladimer Dolidze 
Cast: Otar Koberidze (Bashi-Achuki), Dodo Abashidze (Abdoushahili), Lia Eliava (Mzisa and Mtvarisa), Medea Chakhava (Melano), Dodo Chichinadze (Nino), Kote Daushvili (Selimkhani), Iusuf (Ioseb) Kobaladze (Prince Cholokashvili), Meri Davitashvili (Tomsal-Mako), Guram Sagaradze (Peiqar Mirza), Tamar Tsitsishvili, Giorgi Shavgulidze (Zaal Eristavi), Mikheil Mgeladze (Makashvili), Aleqsandre Edzgveradze (Gaprindauli), Givi Tokhadze, Giorgi Tatishvili, Nikoloz Tsiklauri (Korchikhani), Shalva Bejuashvili, Irakli Qoqrashvili, Giorgi Jujunashvili, Grigol Kostava (Farna), Mikheil Chikhladze
 

The 17th century rebellion in Kakheti masterminded by Bidzina Cholokashvili gets about the whole Georgia. An Imeretian youth nicknamed as Bashi-Achuk is a real exterminator of the Persians. He attacks the Persian escort and sets free the Georgian women who were supposed to be locked up in the Shah’s harem. Bashi-Achuk’s twin sisters are among the rescued captives. Abdushahil, a Persian warrior who was defeated by Bashi-Achuk in wrestling, falls in love with Mzisa, Bashi-achuk’s sister. Mzisa brings Abdushahil to the camp of the Georgian rebels. Abdushahil learns that he is a Georgian too. As a child he was kidnapped and brought up in Persia. Abdushahil’s army gives up and the Georgians win the battle.

Translation was provided by The Georgian National Film Center

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