EIFF 2013: ‘Everybody’s Gone’ review

★★★☆☆ A surreal period piece about a small Georgian community during the dying whimpers of the Soviet Union, Georgy Paradzhanov’s Everybody’s Gone (Vse ushli, 2013) is a somewhat bizarre mix of folkloric philosophies, archaic traditions and the capricious nature of memories. Known primarily as the nephew of revered Georgian-born, Armenian-raised Continue Reading

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