Ararat

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  • R
  • Genre(s): Drama War
  • Release year: 2002
  • Running time: 115 min
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... read more
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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.

Original Release

09/04/2002

US Release

11/15/2002

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Cast

Simon Abkarian Arshile Gorky
Charles Aznavour Edward Saroyan / Edward
Christopher Plummer David
Arsinee Khanjian Ani
Setta Keshishian Dinner Guest / Wailing Mother
David Alpay Raffi
Marie-Josée Croze Celia
Elias Koteas Jevdet Bay / Ali
Brent Carver Philip
Bruce Greenwood Martin / Clarence Ussher
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Directors

Atom Egoyan

Writers

Atom Egoyan

Cast

Simon Abkarian Arshile Gorky
Charles Aznavour Edward Saroyan / Edward
Christopher Plummer David
Arsinee Khanjian Ani
Setta Keshishian Dinner Guest / Wailing Mother
David Alpay Raffi
Marie-Josée Croze Celia
Elias Koteas Jevdet Bay / Ali
Brent Carver Philip
Bruce Greenwood Martin / Clarence Ussher
Eric Bogosian Rouben
Sevaan Franks
Chengis Javeri Turkish soldier
Noura Kevorkian Armenian Bride
Chris MacRae Fayadee #6
Nikki Barran Armenian Woman
Marie V. Cruz Gallery Patron
Shant Srabian Dinner Guest #3 / Doctor #1
Max Morrow Tony
Christie MacFadyen Janet

Producers

Editors

Susan Shipton

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