Ararat

Ararat
Ararat

Year

2002

Duration

110 minutes

Genres

Based on a true story, Drama, Period and Historical, War Films

Language

Armenian / English / French / German / Turkish (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

In April 1915, authorities of the Ottoman empire began a series of actions - including massacres and forced marches - that have been seen as a concerted effort to eliminate its Armenian population. This has become known as the Armenian Genocide, though Turkey - which succeeded the old empire - has always denied this label. Director Atom Egoyan, an Egyptian-Armenian based in Canada, explores these tragic, still-contentious issues in this multi-layered drama, using the device of a film-within-a-film to show how hard it is to be objective about 'the truth'.

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15 Classification

Contains infrequent strong violence & language, and one sex scene.

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