In Tbilisi riots broke out because of the upcoming film about dancers-gays. The protesters — mostly members of the radical organization.
In the center of Tbilisi near the building of the cinema Amirani started a riot in connection with the intention of several hundred radical citizens to disrupt the screening of the French-Swedish-Georgian movie And then we danced about the love between two homosexuals of the National ensemble Georgian folk dance.
The protesters, mostly members of the radical organization of the Georgian March, trying to break the police cordon. Vehicular traffic on the Kostava street closed. The protesters took a few shots of firecrackers in the direction of the foyer.
As stated to journalists by the leader of the Georgian March Sandro Bregadze, he and his supporters will do anything to stop the show “pornographic” movie, insulting the “dignity of the Georgian”.
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According to Georgian media, the film And then we stanziale was shown at the Cannes film festival and received positive evaluation. The Swedish side has nominated the film for an Oscar.