This Memorial Film was made in 1989 (one year after the Armenian earthquake) and explores with sensitivity how people manage to survive natural disasters to rebuild their lives both physically and emotionally.
Earthquakes have the capacity to break apart families and whole communities in a matter of seconds. The birth of a baby to a surviving couple produces the first glimmer of hope that life can continue even in the face of calamity.
Film orginally funded by the UK Charity Aid Armenia.
DVD produced by Aid Armenia International Ltd under licence from the
Director and Producer Agnieszka Piotrowska.
All proceeds received by Aid Armenia International Ltd will be donated to appeals listed on this website.
Parental advice: Please note that some scenes in this film may be unsuitable for children to watch.
Subtitles: Armenian, French, English.
Other subtitles can be arranged on request.
The film may be publicly shown or broadcasted by any charitable (or NGO) organisations, or any media broadcasting outlets anywhere in the world.
The film must not be cut or edited in any way for broadcasting purposes, and must be shown with the dedication and appeal notices included at the start and end of the film.
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