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Gza mshvidobisa, Jako ! (1973)
Goodbye, Jako!

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Feature Film , 8 Part, 2153 Meter (78 Minutes) 
JSC "Qartuli Pilmi"

Director: Merab Kokochashvili
Screenplays: Nodar Dumbadze, Merab Kokochashvili
Director of Photography: Giorgi Gersamia
Production Designs: Vasil Arabidze, Dimitri Eristavi 
Music: Anzor Erqomaishvili
Sound: Tengiz Nanobashvili
Editing: Julieta Tsotsonava, M. Fashtian
Cast: Gia Iashvili (Avtandil Jakeli), Sandro Eristavi (Small Jako), V. Ramoev (Abo), Nani Chiqvinidze (Mother), Vaso (Kotso) Amashukeli, Slava Stepanenko, Gogi Shengelia, Maia Pipinashvili (Daduna), Nana Qavtaradze (Peride), R. Mamforia (Mevnune), Zurab Gavtadze (Gela), Rezo Cheishvili (Writer), V. Plugatir (Parkhomenko), Jumber Shaqarashvili (Dzneladze), N. Mashtaliorova, Manana Gagnidze, Q. Chavchanidze, I. Mgaloblishvili, V. Kornev, G. Gavkin, G. Gigineishvili, V. Akhvlediani, G. Barishnikov, R. Makashvili, N. Sulkhanishvili, G. Kavelashvili, N. Sosnovskaia, Nino Tutberidze, Shalva Kokochashvili
 

The film depicts the precarious life of the border guards. Avtandil Jakeli is conscripted and dispatched to a seacoast village. Avtandil often thinks about his parents, friends and misses Daduna, his sweetheart. He is bitterly distressed by the death of his friend Shcherbina. After some time he takes a leave and arrives to Tbilisi. Deduna takes him to the party where Avtandil gets exasperated by the careless lifestyle of her friends. He unfolds Shcherbina’s letter and reads it aloud, making the partying youth a little more thoughtful. Avtandil goes back to the army and continues his service.

Translation was provided by The Georgian National Film Center

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