The year is 1991. The Soviet Union has collapsed and Armenia is at the threshold of her independence. It has been ten years since twenty-three-year-old Eve left her homeland and emigrated ... See full summary »
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Eve
Varduhi Varderesyan ...
Eve's Grandmother
Tigran Nersesyan ...
David
Anoush Stepanyan ...
Emma
Zenda Tatoyan ...
Eve's Mother
Roupen Harmandayan ...
Eve's Dad
Sohrab Bek-Gasparents ...
Ruben
Hasmik Ter-Hayrapetyan ...
Arman's Mother
Gayane Mardirosian ...
Young Eve
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David's Mother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nanea Aidinian ...
TV Newscaster
Odeta Ambartsoumian ...
Lady at Abby's
Yuri Amiryan ...
Angry Man
Rebekah Barrow ...
Elizabeth
Cheyenne Bowie ...
Annette
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The year is 1991. The Soviet Union has collapsed and Armenia is at the threshold of her independence. It has been ten years since twenty-three-year-old Eve left her homeland and emigrated to New York City with her parents. Eve struggles to pursue her passion as a photographer while waitressing at nights. However, amidst the ever continuous vitality of America, Eve yearns for stillness that will soothe her soul. Tragedy strikes, transforming her dreams into nightmares. Eve learns that in Armenia her childhood friend, Arman, has been killed. Unexpectedly she gets called on an assignment to photograph the events taking place in the Caucasus and finds herself on a journey that changes her life. Facing her past both culturally and emotionally, Eve finds herself caught up in the independence movement of Armenia and the crisis of committing to a man, whom she falls in love with. Written by J F Productions

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$3,900 (USA) (11 July 2003)

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$18,300 (USA) (25 July 2003)
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Magnificent Movie
23 March 2004 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

This DVD was the first Armenian patriotic movie I had seen in years, mixed with social and romantic events in an environment of excellent cinematography and appropriate screenplay with the right flavored talented actors.

I was moved by the characters and the story of this magnificent movie. I am going to encourage all my friends and family to buy this DVD.

Even though, my kids were born here, they've liked the movie and they want to see the movie again and again. Armenian nation needs more similar movies for the younger generations raised and born outside of Armenia.

Continue the Great Work.


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