A long feature documentary film by Alexander Kvatashidze.
1999, Georgia. As a fine-arts young student in Tbilisi, I fall in love with a french woman I met by chance. She is a war photographer and I decide to go with her on the Chechnya front. Parachuted in the middle of the fights, I bond myself with a group of reporters risking their lives to cover this brutal conflict. My life will be deeply moved by this experience.
Ten years later, I take the same path, but the other way.
See you in Chechnya is a deeply personal film on war and what war does to men who watch it.
Alexander Kvatashidze was born in 1977 in Georgia. Since 2001, Alexander has worked as a DoP and Editor. In 2005 he won the Muskie Fellowship stipend, which allowed him to take a graduate course at the Film department of the California State University in San Jose. In 2009 Alexander started Lokokina Studio, which produces creative documentaries. Many of the films that Alexander worked on were selected for international film festivals such San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto…