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13 April, Tuesday

Armenian movie on Karabakh selected for Cannes Festival

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Armenian film about Karabakh "Si le vent tombe" (Should the wind fall) will be presented at Cannes International Movie Festival.

The film has been produced by Sister Productions (France), Kwassa Films (Belgium) and Aneva (Armenia). Nora Martirosyan is the director of the movie.

Frenchman Alain, an international auditor, has come to assess the airport in Nagorno-Karabakh with a view to approving its reopening. Edgar, a local boy, wanders around the airport, involved in a strange trade. The man and the child end up meeting one another.

The plot of the movie takes place in the occupied territory of Azerbaijan Nagorno Karabakh. It is worth noting that the movie could become the tool for Armenian propoganda on Armenian-Azerbaijani relations.

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