For generations, Ali's family has looked after a mineral spring for their village in the mountains of Georgia. When all the sons leave home to pursue their own ambitions, however, only the youngest daughter, Namme, is left to continue the tradition — assuming she really wants to follow the beaten path of her ancestors. When a hydroelectric power station is built nearby, the healing waters soon begin to dry up. Ali remembers an old legend: the water will not return unless a sacrifice is made.
Cast: Mariska Diasamidze, Aleko Abashidze, Ednar Bolkvadze, Ramaz Bolkvadze, Roin Surmanidze
Screenplay: Zaza Khalvashi
Director of Photography: Giorgi Shvelidze, Mamuka Chkhikvadze
Film Editor: Levan Kukhashvili, Zaza Khalvashi
Production Designer: Akaki Jashi
Costume Design: Qeti Vacheishvili
Sound: Vano Gvaradze, Jonas Maksvytis
Producer: Sulkhan Turmanidze
Production Company: BAFIS
Co-Producer: Ieva Norviliene
Co-Production Company: Tremora
World Sales: Alpha Violet
Director: Zaza Khalvashi
Zaza Khalvashi was born in Batumi, Georgia (then USSR) in 1957. He studied literature and later film direction at Tbilisi State University, earning degrees in both subjects. Khalvashi is both a director and an author. He is best known for his films SOLOMON (2015) and MIZERERE (1996).