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Drama, Period and Historical, War Films
English / French / German
During the final days of the Ottoman Empire, Mikael – an apothecary from the small Armenian village of Sirun – travels to Constantinople to attend the Imperial Medical Academy. Whilst there, he meets Ana – an Armenian woman raised in Paris – who is in a relationship with an American journalist called Chris. Mikael soon falls in love with Ana and, in addition to these complications, they must contend with the outbreak of World War One. The three must negotiate war, politics and love if they are to survive, in a film that shines a light on the often ignored Armenian Genocide which began in 1915.
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