Ararat film Product Information
|Category||Dramas DVDs, History Movies, Filmmaking Videos, Film About Film, Holocaust|
|Starring||David Alpay, Charles Aznavour, Christopher Plummer, Bruce Greenwood, Eric Bogosian, Arsinee Khanjian, Brent Carver, Marie-Josee Croze|
|Director of Photography||Paul Sarossy|
|Producer||Atom Egoyan, Robert Lantos|
Ararat movie was released May 03, 2005 by the Buena Vista Home Entertainment studio. A drama about the Armenian holocaust between 1915 and 1918. Ararat movie Stars Christopher Plummer, Bruce Greenwood, Elias Koteas, directed by Atom Egoyan.
Ararat review Product Description
ARARAT, Atom Egoyan's mysterious drama about the horrors of the largely unknown Armenian genocide in Turkey, unrolls through a film within the film (also titled ARARAT). Ararat video Jumping back and forth in time, Egoyan weaves together the lives of several people. ...See Full Description
Ararat movie Customer Reviews
||a surprisingly fantastic movie|
Ararat review We saw part of this on cable a few weeks ago, I was intrigued enough to buy it (as I am wont to do)... we watched it a few days after getting it and I was amazed at not just the story telling, but the emotions it ellicited, a very well done tale about the Turkish Genocide of the Armenians... quite well done, as only the Canadians could do it, you know after the first 10 minutes, this wasn't a Hollywood film....
By starksfergie (San Francisco, CA, USA)
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Ararat video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5802033|
|Studio||Buena Vista Home Entertainment|
|Release Date||May 03, 2005|
|Rating Reason||violence, sexuality/nudity, and language|
|Running Time||115 Minutes|
Ararat DVD Features
From the Academy Award(R)-nominated director Atom Egoyan (Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, THE SWEET HEREAFTER, 1997; EXOTICA, FELICIA'S JOURNEY), and featuring an all-star cast, ARARAT is the acclaimed cinematic masterpiece about a tragic historical event, a country in denial, and a people yearning for the truth. For the estranged members of a contemporary family, the tangled relationships of their present are only complicated by their catastrophic past. And what begins as a search for clues becomes a determined quest for answers across a vast and ancient terrain of deception, denial, fact, and fears. This stunning and passionate motion picture explores the pursuit of identity through the intimate moments shared by lovers, families, enemies, and strangers.
Source: Buena Vista Home Entertainment.
Anamorphic Widescreen - 1.78
Letterbox - 1.78
Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
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