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by Arman Nshanian


From the two time academy award winning producer and writer of Green Book and Inspired by true events, comes a film about a childhood friendship torn apart by a horrible empire set out to destroy everything in its path. A brave woman at a time of dire prejudice risks her life and the life of her family to save her best friend who is hunted down for her religious beliefs. This epic portrayal takes place at the turn of the century in Constantinople, taking us on an emotional and musical journey. A film of love, hope, courage, deceit and pain - And music, a film just as much about music...Ancient pagan music. Music that would bind an entire people to the heavens and the earth, to the rivers and the stars. The music of Komitas, also know as Solomon.

international title: Songs of Solomon
original title: Soghomoni Yergery
country: Armenia
year: 2020
genre: fiction
directed by: Arman Nshanian
film run: 103'
screenplay: Audrey Gevorkian, Sylvia Kavoukjian
cast: Samvel Tadevosian, Arman Nshanian, Sos Janibekyan, Arevik Gevorgyan, Tatev Hovakimyan, Jean-Pierre Nshanian
cinematography by: Anthony J. Rickert-Epstein
film editing: Tigran Baghinyan, Anthony J. Rickert-Epstein
music: Andranik Berberyan
producer: Asko Akopyan, Arman Nshanian, Nick Vallelonga
co-producer: Edgar Karapetyan, Ani Vorskanyan
executive producer: Karo Kavoukjian
production: People of Ar (AM), anEva Production (AM)
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