A Fold In My Blanket | Screen Daily | 08 February 2013 | Lee Marshall
"One of those films that you come out of not sure what you’ve just seen, Georgian director_x000D_
Zaza Rusadze’s feature debut is, just possibly, a mix of gay love story, satirical reflection on_x000D_
today’s Georgia and its political miasmas, and poignant generational comedy. But it never_x000D_
quite declares itself to be any of these things – and it’s this shape-shifting nature that_x000D_
makes A Fold In My Blanket such an intriguing and at times frustrating viewing experience."