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MT. ARARAT


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#1 ArdashesDConqueror

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Posted 30 March 2003 - 11:12

YES ... I WOULD LIKE TO START A NICE TOPIC ABOUT SACRED SITES...LETS START WITH MT. ARARAT, DERIVED FROM THE WORD " URARTU", ONE OF THE SEVERAL TRIBES, INCLUDING HAYASA-AZI AND ARME-SHUPRIA, COUPLE THOUSAND YEARS B4 CHRIST ..TOGETHER COMBINING THE ARMENIANS...ARARAT IS OURS...TSAVE TANEM MER HAYERI..YERPEK CHENK MORRNA MER MAYR YERGIREH...ONE WAY OR ANOTHER..WE GONA GET IT BACK....ARARAT IS OURS! SINCERELY YOURS MY DEAR TURKISH "FRIENDS"..UNIQE- AKA. ARDASHES

#2 Celestemmcknight

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Posted 07 June 2009 - 04:13

I can understand why some/many Armenians are dispointed at Ararat...but for the most part I think this dispointment is misplaced. It really is a brilliant movie that suceeds on very many levels - but of course it requries a viewer who is able to understand these - and it is very demanding in that regard. yes - much of the situations seem contrived, some aspects of the film within a film and such seem cheap intentionally, and its focus is not so much on the terrible Turks though good enough I think.. but over how folks cope with the unthinkable and with that which is repellent to them. This is a major issue for us and this film has been made for us. others can take the film on other levels - and these are worthwhile as well - but I think the film has some very deep important messages for Armenians - and for Turks...

Anyone know when the DVD will be available in the States? and I hope they make it unzoned so that i can distribute a few to some folks outside the US....



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