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1915 is a movie starring Simon Abkarian, Angela Sarafyan, and Sam Page. Exactly 100 years after the Armenian Genocide, a theatre director stages a play to bring the ghosts of the past back to life.

Genres
Drama
Director
Garin Hovannisian, Alec Mouhibian
Starring
Simon Abkarian, Nikolai Kinski, Sam Page, Angela Sarafyan

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Garin Hovannisian, Alec Mouhibian
Writer Alec Mouhibian, Garin Hovannisian
Stars Simon Abkarian, Nikolai Kinski, Sam Page, Angela Sarafyan
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 22 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Exactly 100 years after the Armenian Genocide, a theatre director stages a play to bring the ghosts of the past back to life.

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Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 20:40

First, let me say that I love a lot of film and I really enjoy movies from the 80s to the 90s. I even loved The Big Lebowski, so I was interested in watching this movie. But the problem with it is that, first of all, it has no plot, but rather a series of scenes from the life of one of the main characters, all of which seemed very far-fetched to me. I was expecting a movie about love and romance, but instead it is a movie about a guy who is obsessed with flying a plane and getting the girl of his dreams, but at the end he is ashamed of himself for not having the right woman. I was also surprised to see a Woody Allen-style character in a movie about an alcoholic and anti-social alcoholic. I was also really impressed with the performance of Max von Sydow. It was like watching a movie of a Jewish director who is Jewish. The story line is also very long, but at the end, it seemed very abrupt, and I think it would have been more interesting if the director had cut the film some scenes. It was definitely not a good movie. If you have any interest in life or love, I would not recommend this movie to you. I will say that the movie really touched me when I first saw it. But the problem is that it was very confusing and hard to follow. This movie is one of those movies you have to watch again and again, just to understand what is going on. I had a similar experience when I first saw a movie called The Full Monty, but I was very confused and I never thought it was really about a football player in the movie, it was about an anti-social alcoholic with a hard life.
Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 16:48

Pauline Kael's THE WILD BLUE EPISODE was released in 1975, and for many years it was dismissed by critics as an inferior movie based on the lead character's depression. But now the world has been told to think of it as a must-see masterpiece. Not because Kael's screenplay was brilliant, but because THE WILD BLUE EPISODE is a fantastic achievement, and an amazingly effective vehicle for English actress Katherine Hepburn. When first released, the film was so difficult to find that in order to avoid being blocked from her usual day job in the London Underground, Hepburn spent many years writing a script. The movie is a comedy drama of the "dreadful" sort, about a single mother who has lost her only son, and the way in which she tries to overcome her loss and try to get through her remaining years. The film's success was in part due to the fact that it was a rousing, self-contained picture. It didn't try to be a lot of things. It was a simple story of a single mother coping with the loss of her son. It was also a story about a mother's life, and how she tries to learn to cope with the passing of her life, while at the same time trying to make the best of her existence. The story is told with tremendous skill, and Hepburn's performance was the main reason for its success. Her character, Martha, is a single mother who doesn't have a lot going for her. Her son left at a young age, and then left her and moved away. She is very lonely and very torn. She has a certain resentment toward her son, and the bitterness and hatred that he had for her and her family is incredibly well-acted. Hepburn's performance was quite powerful. In some ways, the film is quite sentimental. There is a certain sadness and bitterness that the film can be very sensitive about. However, when I saw the film, I thought it was an outstanding story. It was simply superb. The film is filled with terrific performances. Some of them are probably the most famous ones in film history, but others, like J.D. Salinger and Robert Mitchum, are very good. Also, there is a surprising performance by Joe Don Baker. The film is a visual treat. The film is not just about Martha, but about the city of Boston and the surrounding areas. It is an excellent work of art, and the film is so well-shot that you would think it was a great film. The sound is a great equalizer for the sound effects of the movie. The director's cut of the film is the one that I have. I have the theatrical version, and I would strongly recommend that you see the director's cut. You will see things that you didn't get in the theatrical version. The director's cut is also much more moving and emotional. This version is not a perfect film, but it is still a powerful film. It is also very entertaining. The film is entertaining for the simple reason that it is full of great acting. The performances are not amazing, but they are not horrible. I would rate this movie as one of the best films I have ever seen.


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