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La Chasse aux papillons is a French drama film written and directed by Otar Iosseliani. Surrounded by the wealth, memories, and treasures collected over their lifetimes, they purposely ignore real estate development interests from the nearby town, specially those led by repeated efforts of the local magistrate who urges them to sell their home to a Japanese investment group. They survive financially by the occasional sale of a piece of antique furniture.
In casting his films, Otar Iosseliani admitted to preferring unknowns, feeling that a famous name could be equated to hiring a whore. In wishing to have viewer's feel like they were watching not actors but people, his casts were recruited mainly from his personal address book.
The film had multiple international releases through , and screened at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival in The film was shown in Moscow International Film Festival as a part of the program which demonstrated award-winning films.
In the reaction, it was noted that the film is typical for Otar Iosseliani in the sense that it gives the notion of the rytmus. The best scenes of the film are those where no dramatic action occurs. It was also noted that France as shown by Iosseliani is very much like Georgia as shown by him in previous films.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. La Chasse aux papillons Film poster. The New York Times. Retrieved July 25, Dizionario del cinema italiano in Italian. Caccia alle farfalle: Gremese Editore.