In 1979 at the peak of the Lebanese Civil War, a young Armeinan girl's life in a small village becomes forever linked to a group of heroes, the survivors of the 20th century's first genocide.
Growing up in Lebanon during the Lebanese Civil War, the filmmaker's life in a small Armenian village becomes forever linked to a group of 1915 genocide survivors. Through rare photos and archival footage the feature documentary lyrically travels between two war-torn eras, leaving the viewer with the impression that history is never that far away.
Written and directed by Noura Kevorkian
Documentary, English, 87 minutes