Aram, an ex-soldier from the Armenian cause, has come to France to close an arms deal under secret service surveillance. Held responsible and banished by his faher for his brother's ...
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The first American independent drama to take viewers inside the Armenian Community of Los Angeles: Suddenly uprooted from his home, 12 year-old Armenian boy, Aram, is sent to live with his ... See full summary »
Aram, an ex-soldier from the Armenian cause, has come to France to close an arms deal under secret service surveillance. Held responsible and banished by his faher for his brother's injuries in a terrorist ttack, he's also come to seek revenge for the drama that has marked his family and his life. Written by
When i was watching this movie, i was feeling the same, as i was watching a spy film. Nevertheless, some of the clues are not comprehensible at first sight, but it's not annoying. It's very notable, that Kechichian don't actually focus on Armenian-Turkey politics issues, however, it is insufficient action thriller. Kechichian managed to make unglamourized spy film, but it can be considered only as an alternative movie. I've found lots of similarities with such masterpieces of John Frankenheimer 'Ronin' and Doug Liman 'The Bourne Identity'. It's pity that i haven't found in "ARAM" auto chases, a real street skirmishes and a pair of famous actors as Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. On the contrary, where could we find such emotionless and equanimity of Simon Abkarian's face when he was killing turks...
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