Enjoy this subtitled, stop-motion Saturday morning cartoon: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14wlxi5VYrE
Komble is an old Georgian cartoon, or an animated short, produced in 1979. Komble is a short moral story about “bullies” and how good triumphs in the end. It can also be interpreted as an allegory of the “thief in law” system of the Soviet Union in which mafia figures (with underlying support from authorities) could do whatever they wanted (take Komble’s cow, for example) and get away with it.
Kombali is a combination of a staff and a club used by shepherds in Georgia. “Komble” can be interpreted as either someone who uses Kombali or a name. (Chrela, name of Komble’s cow, means multi-colored).
The moral of the story literally means “justice has eaten bread” which is an old Georgian saying with a meaning similar to “good has triumphed”