Sunday, 27 January 2013
"If Only Everyone," is an Armenian-made film. The movie was among 71 foreign language movies, as a contender for The Oscars. Unfortunately it didn't make the last cut of the academy awards.
I saw the movie at ARPA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL in Hollywood. following is a review of the movie by Jesse Herwitz.
The film (www.ifonlyeveryone.com) is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Armenia’s independence and the formation of the Armenian Armed Forces. The film is about a woman, half-Armenian, half Russian, a daughter of a fighter who was killed in the Karabakh war. Two decades later Sasha came to Armenia in search of her father’s grave. She wanted to plant a birch there. Sasha got acquainted with her father’s combat friends who helped her carry out her mission.