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wow the Georgian language is unique and fascinating

it has so many interesting sounds

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by Anonymousreply 33Yesterday at 3:54 PM

Stalin's native tongue.

by Anonymousreply 1Last Saturday at 6:23 PM

A Chef in Love (1996) is a good Georgian film. Nominated for the foreign language film Oscar!

by Anonymousreply 2Last Saturday at 6:25 PM
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by Anonymousreply 3Last Saturday at 6:27 PM

R2 That film sucked and even Georgians don't like it all that much. If you want to see movies that are considered cult classics in Georgia check out films like Mimino, The Wishing Tree, Blue Mountains, Repentance and Father of a Soldier.

I personally hated the last one (even if it is considered THE ultimate film classic by the locals) but the rest are all great.

by Anonymousreply 4Last Saturday at 6:30 PM

sounds very E European to me

by Anonymousreply 5Last Saturday at 6:33 PM
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by Anonymousreply 6Last Saturday at 6:38 PM

R5 It may sound like that to you (probably because the pronunciation has been affected by the Russian language) but it's not an Indo-European language and it's also a language isolate, meaning there are no languages even remotely related to it in existence.

by Anonymousreply 7Last Saturday at 6:38 PM

1:48 "Penis"

by Anonymousreply 8Last Saturday at 6:38 PM

let my favorite online geek inform you

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by Anonymousreply 9Last Saturday at 6:39 PM

Georgiy Melitonovich Balanchivadze--Mr. B was Georgian too.

by Anonymousreply 10Last Saturday at 6:39 PM

[quote]wow the Georgian language is unique and fascinating; it has so many interesting sounds

I know, right?

My cousin is from Savannah and I can barely understand her sometimes

by Anonymousreply 11Last Saturday at 6:42 PM

I really enjoyed "My Happy Family" on Netflix.

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by Anonymousreply 12Last Saturday at 6:45 PM

Georgia on my mind!

by Anonymousreply 13Last Saturday at 6:48 PM

This thread has been up for 30 minutes and already we've had an ersatz critic of Georgian cinema and an armchair linguist weigh in.

Never change, DL.

by Anonymousreply 14Last Saturday at 6:51 PM
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by Anonymousreply 15Last Saturday at 6:55 PM

R12 Yes, that was a great film. The lead actress is the daughter of a beloved folk singer Inola Gurgulia (who unfortunately died pretty young back in 1977). Check out her music on YT, it's great. Her daughter performed one of her mom's songs in the movie too.

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by Anonymousreply 16Last Saturday at 6:57 PM

Hey Y'all! All you Yankees and Negroes are no picnic to understand either!

by Anonymousreply 17Last Saturday at 6:58 PM
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by Anonymousreply 18Last Saturday at 6:58 PM

R16, I found the music incredibly moving, so I did look it up after watching the movie. Thanks for the additional info!

by Anonymousreply 19Last Saturday at 6:59 PM

Also, r7 isn't exactly right. There are other languages related to Georgian (the Kartvelian family). It's just that Georgian is by far the most widely spoken. What's fascinating about most of the Caucasian languages is that even ones that aren't in the same family have rubbed their nightmarish phonologies off on one another. The languages of the Caucasus all have some of the most difficult sounds in the world for non-natives to pronounce.

by Anonymousreply 20Last Saturday at 7:02 PM

R20 I know that but those other languages are all nearly extinct so I just pretend they don't exist. I wouldn't make much of a scholar, huh?

by Anonymousreply 21Last Saturday at 7:12 PM

I think Mkhedruli is one of the most beautiful scripts.

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by Anonymousreply 22Last Saturday at 7:17 PM

It does sound very guttural. I hear Tbilisi is a nice place, though.

by Anonymousreply 23Last Saturday at 7:17 PM

It's all Greek to me!

by Anonymousreply 24Last Saturday at 7:18 PM

I ❤️ you R14 lol

by Anonymousreply 25Last Saturday at 7:23 PM

"And Then We Danced" is a fantastic Georgian/Swedish film - and gay!

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by Anonymousreply 26Last Saturday at 7:28 PM
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by Anonymousreply 27Last Saturday at 7:32 PM
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by Anonymousreply 28Last Saturday at 7:33 PM

Wine is believed to have originated from Georgia, so kudos to them.

by Anonymousreply 29Last Saturday at 7:40 PM

that hard k sound is no joke!

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by Anonymousreply 30Last Saturday at 7:51 PM
by Anonymousreply 31Yesterday at 9:58 AM

Hi, Georgia!

by Anonymousreply 32Yesterday at 3:49 PM

I love that one pair male figure skater's last name. I believe he's Georgian -- Anton Sikhaluridze.

by Anonymousreply 33Yesterday at 3:54 PM
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