A lot of protests have been taking place in Tbilisi over the first premiere of Georgia's first LGBTQ film, "And then we danced".
This film is directed by Levan Akin. The film tells the story of how Merab, who is a traditional Georgian dancer and he comes to know his sexuality while training in the National Georgian Ensemble. Actually, this film includes homosexuality content and this was also described further by its director.
In an interview with Variety magazine, Georgian-Swedish director who also won the award said that "he wanted to show the challenges of dealing with homosexuality in a conservative society, he had hope in a new generation role of art and tradition would be understood".
This movie has already won a lot of film awards, and another success of this film is that it has gotten a lot of coverage in London cinemas also.
The world's greatest film award Oscars has also selected this film for consideration in the award.
However, a lot of protests have been made by social groups and conservative parties to stop its reputation.
If we see deep in the story of the movie, we feel that a lot of things in this movie are not considered under morality. The film board must build some rules to regulate the pure material in cinemas.