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VENICE 2020 International Film Critics’ Week

EXCLUSIVE: Poster for Venice Critics’ Week title The Flood Won't Come

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- The debut feature by Armenian filmmaker Marat Sargsyan is world-premiering in competition in Venice's 35th International Film Critics’ Week

EXCLUSIVE: Poster for Venice Critics’ Week title The Flood Won't Come
The Flood Won't Come by Marat Sargsyan

A blue screen informs that war has begun. What will be needed? Collect the men, find guns, or maybe someone will give them. We need a location, a country where the war would take place. No problem, the Colonel is a real pro, he has caused wars to order, or on orders, on multiple occasions in different countries. Now his followers have grown up and caused a war in his country. He doesn’t want to, but he has to fight. He is old and tired of war. He wants to be at the table with a steaming pot of tasty mutton ribs and stare at an innocent TV screen with the news on, and the dressed-up news reporter announces that the war has begun.

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This is the plot of The Flood Won't Come [+see also:
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trailer
interview: Marat Sargsyan
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]
, the debut feature by Armenian filmmaker Marat Sargsyan, set to world-premiere in competition in the 35th International Film Critics’ Week (2-12 September) in Venice.

The Flood Won't Come was produced by Lithuania's Tremora. The world sales are handled by French outfit Reel Suspects.

Check out our exclusive poster below:

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