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TV sessions of “Illusion” give the opportunity to viewers to see the films, which have rich cultural importance and historic context. The program will bring on the surface those films, which mainly remained beyond publicity for Georgians during the Soviet Union period and are least known.
The new “Illusion” will discuss films analytically; focus on aspects, which will help the viewers to better perceive and understand the work. Informational and analytical reviews will help Georgian film lovers to become familiar with masters and works of modern pop culture.
The program will offer diverse selection of films including Western Spaghetti and Science Fiction. Context will be explained in political, social, economic and cultural directions. Loyal viewers of “Illusion” will grow keener in understanding of cinematography, its analysis and will better enjoy the TV sessions.