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October 2003, Georgia: in this post-soviet Republic weakened by civil war and the succession of several territories in the early 1990’s, a democratic opposition movement protests the outcome of the election, claiming fraud. Under the leadership of the charismatic Mikhail Saakachvili, also known as « Micha », the establishment is swept away in a mere few weeks. An inside glance at a successful revolution, one that remained non-violent and served as an inspiration for the events leading other former soviet republics, like Ukraine towards democracy. A context, however, that remains fragile, as can be seen in the « accidental » death on February 3, 2005 of Prime Minister Zourab Zhvania, close collaborator of the new President.