Date of Publishing:
February 2, 2017

© Berlin Critics' Week
Film still © Alexandre Koberidze


Berlin Critics' Week 2017
15th of February 2017, 8 pm
Hackesche Höfe Kino

Rosenthaler Straße 40/4110178 Berlin
0049 30 283 46 03


LET THE SUMMER NEVER COME AGAIN, Alexandre Koberidze, 2017, 202 min., Georgian

Alexandre Koberidze films an utopian dream with his cell phone camera. A young man sets out to become a dancer, a policeman means to guard him from prostitution. Together they meander through the dreamlkie urban Tibilisi, dodging dangerous occurences, lovingly and reminiscing — of the war, of their roots, of unfulfilled promises.



Confronting the cinematic image is always associated with a certain loss of control. The avantgarde could not have made this relation more explicit. What makes our heads spin, we ask, and what state of mind is vertigo?

Guests: Ruth Anderwald, artist-researcher and curator; Pip Chodorov, filmmaker and distributor; Alexandre Koberidze, directorChair: Dennis Vetter, film curator