06.03.2007 | 
Culture
UNSHOT BULLETS
UNSHOT BULLETS
"The war for Armenians will never end... Once the bullets will be needed"

On the 6th of March YSU students watched the movie Unshot Bullets, which had been shown at the International movie festival Golden Apricot.

This picture is about the episodes of the Artsakh Liberation War. All the heroes are the witnesses of the events. No actors were involved when the picture was shot .Only the leading part was presented by a student. This movie is too important and urgent,- said the producer Samvel Tadevosyan.- Our youth today do not share the ideals we used to and we have to spread patriotism among them.

The latest movie Unshot Bullets shot by Hayfilm studio is a feature film with documental material. For the first time there is an attempt to focus on the problem of Nakhijevan and a number of Armenian villages, as lots of people prefer to keep silence on this topic. This feature movie is a real result of a group work when and the audience has an opportunity to watch the events, worked out in details.

The hero is Aghvan Minasyan, 23 years old fellow, a member of the Writers Union of Armenia, a laureate of the Charents reward. His brothers Commander Ashot Minasyan, Ashot the Iron, who did not manage to keep away from the war his junior brother. I lose You again and again with every lost soldier, and I find You again with every new soldier,- says the brother years later.

The producer is sure that if this picture inspires just one person, it means he has reached his goal. The time has come for the young generation to struggle, we must struggle not at the battle field but develop activities in the spheres of culture and science,- says Samvel Tadevosyan.

The war is continued now,- says the author and adds. - Our eternal enemy Turk makes us be vigilant: Gourgen Margaryan, Hrant Dink... do we need more proofs to realize that we must be watchful?

If the poet hero says: Dream and love pass away in red coffins..., so we must struggle for these dreams, wasted flowers, ruined chapels and our Dream-Motherland.

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