Kosh ba kosh
Mira, a young woman from Russia, comes to Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, to visit her father, a player who often loses and finally even has to give away Mira to an old man. But Daler, a young player, falls in love with Mira and simply abducts her into his rather weird world. Daler is the boss of the local, thoroughly rotten aerial cableway. Its faded yellow cabins are suitable for every cargo: tourists as well as for hay, beer crates, stolen goods and even as a love-home for a clandestine rendez-vous.
For Mira, Daler arranges a romantic picnic, floating between heaven and earth. And so begins the love story of Mira and Daler. When the movie ends (but not the love), Mira will have got to know a strange, sometimes exotic world. She will have seen a civil war. She will have accompanied her father to his death and Daler on the way to a new life.
|Original Title||Kosh ba kosh|
|German Title||Neues Spiel, neues Glück|
|French Title||On est quitte!|
|Other Titles||Pari e patta|
|Directed by||Bachtiar Chudojnasarow|
|Available Formats||35mm, DVD|
|Screenplay||Bachtiar Chudoynasarow und Leonid Mahkamov|
|Film Editing||Bakhtiyar Khudoynazarov|
|Production||Bakhtiyar Khudoynazarov, Christa Saredi|
Silberner Löwe Venedig 1993
Grand Prix Fribourg 1994
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