‘The unbearable irony of our life prevents us from being indifferent to the problems raised in The Blue Mountains. We recognise ourselves yet again in the characters’ empty conversations or chaotic behaviour; despite the fact that the danger of suffering a collapse still hangs over us, we cannot say no to the defects in our flesh and bones or to our illusions. The Blue Mountains is relevant even today.’
M. Ldokonen, literary critic, author / literary magazine Arili
‘Rezo Cheishvili’s typical quality is a very deep commitment to the truth. I would say that this commitment is stubborn, unshakable, which, given the laughable aspects of this reality, of certain false situations, regrettable misunderstandings, comes across as a precise manifestation of an absurd situation.’
G. Asatiani, literary critic
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