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Cert TBA
130 mins
BBFC advice: TBA

When a meeting of Jehovah's witnesses is firebombed in the opening minutes of Beginning, it appeared that an incisive movie about religious persecution was about to emerge.
But, in common with several scenes in Dea Kulumbegashvili's film, intense action is followed by long tranches of nothing much.
The camera consistently lingers too long - in one instance it remains trained on a motionless sleeping woman for just short of five minutes.
It would have been a much tighter and enjoyable picture if it had been 30 minutes shorter.
The meat of the movie focuses on Yana (Ia Sukhitashvili) whose husband (Rati Oneli) is one of the church's leaders.
She is suffering a sense of isolation - too frightened to go out of her house while not feeling the love for her spouse.
She is woken from emotional slumber by the abuse of a detective (Kakha Kintsurashvili) who wants to end the investigation.
Unfortunately, Beginning leaves lots of unanswered questions.
Who firebombed the meeting, was anyone injured, why are the police not keen to prosecute and is the 'detective' really a police officer at all.
And why does Yana accept the abuse without much resistance or complaint?
The audience is left to fill in the gaps by reading between the lines that religious persecution is rife and Yana and her family have had to move regularly.
There is also a cameo from her mother and sister which lead us to believe that there may be long-term psychological trauma.
But there is greater concentration on how the movie is shot than on the substance of its story.
And, ultimately, as someone who bathes in facts, I found that frustrating.

Reasons to watch: Interesting on how religion is marginalised
Reasons to avoid: Stretched beyond all resaon

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 5/10

Did you know? According to a 2017 report 
Jehovah’s Witnesses are one of the most marginalised communities in Georgia. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has made three rulings regarding the community, with the Jehovah’s Witnesses winning in all three cases. The court ruled that the police harassed Jehovah’s Witnesses and did not intervene when crimes against the community were identified.

The final word. Dea Kulumbegashvili: "On the one hand it was obviously the story of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Georgia, but I was clearly not only focused on that. I was thinking about this theme of alienation, how you can feel totally foreign and not belong in the place where you grew up, which you consider your home. At the same time, I am interested in the religious structures of the society, and the groups, because I think it’s very clearly and very obviously a patriarchal system of a society, where you can look at the life of this woman and examine it. "

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