Dgis bolomde (Till the End of the Day) is a Georgian short film from the 2016th Cannes Short Film Catalogue, here’ our interview with director Anna Sarukhanova, from Daazo’s Short Film Q&A.


Anna Sarukhanova

What is your film about? What are the main topics raised by the story?
Two sisters come to their grandfathers house to bring him parcel. But he is not at home and door is unlocked. He has already been gone like this before and at that time he could not remember the way home. Two girls have to decide what to do, considering that their family members used to let down each other in troubles. In 24 hours old flat becomes the place of memories, relationship with parents and thoughts that were hidden before.

Who is the target audience of your film?
People of every age. Those who sometimes find themselves in situation of making choice. And those who try to escape from problems until placed face to face to it. Thereby everyone of us.

Why did you decided to submit your short film to the Short Film Corner?
I’ve decided that it is good opportunity to show my film. So I made my own choice.

Till the End of the Day

Till the End of the Day

You can find the growing list of interviews of the Short Film Q&A from Cannes, here: http://www.daazo.com/cannes2016qa/info