A young Armenian bride's relationship with her husband is put to the test on their first day of marriage when her mother-in-law interferes.
CAST & CREW
Director of Photography
Hrachuhi Amiryan, Vahagn Martirosyan, Varduhi Rushanyan, Karine Janjughazyan, Irina Danielyan
George Sikharulidze was born in Tbilisi, Georgia. At 18, he moved to America and enrolled at New York University. George graduated summa cum laude earning a B.S. in Media Studies and enrolled into the M.F.A in Film Directing program at Columbia University. In 2014, George returned to Georgia and wrote, directed and produced his first short film The Fish that Drowned, which premiered at the Clermont-Ferrand FF. George received the Katharina Otto-Bernstein Grant to direct his second short Red Apples, which premiered in the official selection at the Toronto IFF (2016). He also teaches filmmaking at Northwestern, William Paterson and Columbia Universities. Currently, he is in post-production for his third short Fatherland shot in Georgia.
The Fish that Drowned (2014), Red Apples (2016), Fatherland (2017).