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Talk Cinema: Brighton 4th
Talk Cinema offers previews of award-winning indie and foreign films from national and international film festivals. December's sneak peek film selection is Brighton 4th, the story of a Georgian wrestling champion, Kakhi, who travels to Brooklyn to help his son out of a gambling debt.
Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021, 7 p.m.
- Tickets: $14
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About the Event
Former wrestling champion Kakhi (Levan Tediashvili, himself a former Olympic wrestler) always has his family on his conscience, and in Brighton 4th, this leads him on a cross-continental journey. After making arrangements to cover for his brother’s gambling debts, Kakhi departs his humble home in the Republic of Georgia to pay a visit to his son Soso (Giorgi Tabidze) in outer Brooklyn. As Kakhi settles into Soso’s Brighton Beach boarding house—which constitutes a popup community of fellow Georgian immigrants—he learns that Soso has also accrued a $14,000 debt to the local mob boss (Yuriy Zur), a roadblock to Soso’s future in medicine.
Directed by Levan Koguashvili
95 minutes | English, Georgian, and Russian with English subtitles
Talk Cinema offers sneak previews of films personally selected by film critic Harlan Jacobson, former editor of Film Comment magazine, published by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Jacobson created and has programmed the series since 1992. His selections may include an award-winning drama, an outrageous indie comedy, a provocative documentary or the next breakout hit chosen from among new independent and foreign films from Cannes, Sundance, Toronto and other internationally ranked film festivals. Discussions with film scholars and special guests follow the screenings.
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