22-year-old Anna is fighting for her right to register her family’s property in her name. Her cousin strongly opposed her decision. In the Svaneti mountain village of Ushguli, Georgia, tradition dictates that if a family does not have a boy, the land and the family house are handed down to the next male relation who will continue the family name. A docu-fiction (hybrid) by Mariam Khachvani

Originally published by Chai Khana

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