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Ararat 2002

From Amazon: This remarkable, intricate movie from Atom Egoyan (The Sweet Hereafter) centers around the making of a film about the genocide of Armenians in Turkey in 1915--but this is not a dry, didactic historical re-enactment. Ararat unspools multiple storylines around Ani (Arsinee Khanjian), an art historian hired as a consultant on the film; her son Raffi (David Alpay); his stepsister, with whom Raffi is in love even though she believes that his mother is responsible for her father's suicide; an actor (Elias Koteas) hired to play the Turkish officer who organized the genocide; and a customs officer (Christopher Plummer), who holds Raffi...

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No image existsAtom Egoyan
No image existsArsinee Khanjian
Christopher PlummerChristopher Plummer
No image existsCharles Aznavour
No image existsMarie-Josée Croze
No image existsEric Bogosian
No image existsBrent Carver
No image existsBruce Greenwood
No image existsDavid Alpay

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Ararat Movie Review by Jarrod (10/7/2007)

'Ararat' is a very personal film for Atom Egoyan, a Canadian of Armenian descent who, with this movie, addresses the tragedy that befell the Armenians in WWI, as they were murdered by the Turks, in the first genocide of the 20th century, and a model for those that followed.

It is sad, and unsparing in its depictions of...

(complete Ararat review by Jarrod)

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