Didgori: Land of Sacrificed Knights
2009, regia di Nikoloz Khomasuridze
Scheda: Nazione: Georgia - Produzione: Nikoloz Films, Antiquitas Pictures - Distribuzione: Nikoloz Films - Soggetto: Nikoloz Khomasuridze - Sceneggiatura: Nevin Millan, Nikoloz Khomasuridze, Zach Vest - Fotografia: Megan Woeppel - Montaggio: Irakli Dolidze, Lasha Efremidze, Nikoloz Khomasuridze, Nevin Millan - Art Direction: Laura A. Garcia - Musiche: David Porchkhidze - Effetti speciali: Tornike Khomasuridze - Formato: Color - Durata: 35'.
Cast: Elgudzha Burduli, Nevin Millan, Mika Sakvarelidze, Wil Wesley, Drew Taylor, Givi Chuguashvili, Valeri Korshia, Kylie Clay, Gega Choquri, Imeda Arabuli, David Chalatashvili, Irakli Cholokashvili, Paata Mkheidze, Levan Khurtsia, Giorgi Chantladze, Zurab Getsadze, Zurab Javakhi, Nino Kasradze, Lile Khomasuridze, Ramaz Khomasuridze, Giorgi Megrelishvili, Vakhtang Mosidze, Shalva Ogbaidze, Sophia Sebiskveradze, Irina Shengelia, Dimitri Tatishvili, Zura Tsintsqiladze.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - en.wikipedia.org - ruqnozpd.typepad.com - historyandmovies.com - angel.ge - youtube.com: «1121 AD: In the midst of the Crusades, an epic battle took place on the Didgori battlefield in the Kingdom of Georgia whose outcome would determine the fate of Jerusalem and all of Christianity. King David IV of Georgia (Burduli), known as 'The Builder', 'The King of Kings', and 'The Sword of the Messiah', led 56,000 Georgian warriors and members of the Knights Templar in battle against all odds to defend their homeland and faith from the overwhelming invading enemy Seljuk Turk and Arabian Coalition forces with numbers reaching 500,000. The details of this battle are transcribed by Sir Walter Gauthier (Wesley) in his manuscript 'Bella Antiochena', as told by the founders of the Knights Templar, Hugo de Payens (Millan) and Godfrey de St. Omer (Sakvarelidze)».