Noll, Michel., Zeender, Christian.Hercombe, Peter. (Eds.) (2012) Georgiathe Rose Revolution Wheeling, IL : Film Ideas,MLA Citation
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Georgia [videorecording] : the Rose Revolution /
Michel Noll presents ; a film by Christian Zeender ; a Solférino Images production in association with TSR, France 5, TV5 [and] Quartier Latin Média.
|Names:||Noll, Michel. | Zeender, Christian. | Hercombe, Peter.|
|Published:||Wheeling, IL : Film Ideas, 2012.|
Revolutions (Film Ideas (Firm))
|Topics:||Saakašvili, Mixeil, 1967-|
|Regions:||Georgia (Republic) - History - Rose Revolution, 2003. | Georgia (Republic) - Politics and government - 1991- | Georgia (Republic) - Social conditions - 1991-|
|Genres:||Documentary films. | Nonfiction films.|
|Physical Description:||1 videodisc (52 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
|Language Note:||Narration in English; dialogue in French and Georgian with simultaneous English voice over translation.
|More about this Title:||Also known as: Micha and the Rose Revolution
|Summary:||October 2003, Georgia. Under the leadership of the charismatic Mikhail Saakachvili, also known as "Micha", the establishment is swept away in a mere few weeks. The film shows an inside glance at a successful revolution, one that remained non-violent and served as an inspiration for events which led other former soviet republics, like Ukraine towards democracy.
|Performer:||Narrator, Peter Hercombe.
|Notes:||Originally produced in 2005 under the title: Micha et la Révolution des roses.
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