Didube, the Last Stop

Didube, the Last Stop

In the middle of the busiest station, there is a small, peaceful veterinarian shop, where the silence is only broken by the outside noises. The owner of the pharmacy, Niko is sitting behind a glass counter with his wife Tsitso. He is writing poetry about current affairs. In the early 90's Didube was the last station of Tbilisi Metro. That was the time when Niko opened his shop. With his wife, Niko spends most of the time in Didube by sharing his dreams, music and poetry to his friends: Nodar, a local singer and Lili, a street vendor selling lemons on the station. The film shows how attached Niko is to this place. However, as time goes on, Niko's tiny little kingdom is coming to an end. Who knows, maybe this end will be the beginning of a new era in Niko's life.

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Shorena Tevzadze
Shorena Tevzadze
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Didube, the Last Stop» (27)

Deborah C. avatar
Deborah C.

This was movie was phenomenal. Really really nice.

Amy S. avatar
Amy S.

Very good. Must see if you like Documentary.

Joe C. avatar
Joe C.

Compelling plot accompanied by quality acting.

Samantha avatar

The movie was great!

Doris avatar

U just can't simply predict whats up next. Believe me, U can't! This movie delivers much more than i expected and i expected a lot.

Jordan Bates avatar
Jordan Bates

I have enjoyed it so much that this is my third time watching it. Next year I will probable watch it again.

Hannah Stanley avatar
Hannah Stanley

So, what makes this film different? It's smart, focused, and suspenseful.

Karen avatar

This movie is one of the best I've ever seen. I had to watch it several times.

Roy G. avatar
Roy G.

My life is forever changed due to this movie.

Emily O. avatar
Emily O.

The reason I feel that this movie is such a TRIUMPH is the same reason I feel I lead a fulfilling life. I strive to live in the moment...to view my journey in life as exactly that: a journey.

Brenda avatar

I enjoyed this movie. So did my husband, cause he didnt fell asleep through the movie

Albert Cox avatar
Albert Cox

I would highly recommend that anyone who is deciding whether or not to go and see it does; you will most likely love it.