From Ararat to Zion

From Ararat to Zion

The mosaic of Christian pilgrimage to the Holy Land has been shaped during two thousand years. The pilgrims have brought along their stories and left their sacred memories here. The film authors are trying to read the essential pages of those stories and reveal some precious aspects of self-identity. They follow the footprints of Armenian pilgrims between two focal points of human history- from the summit of Mount Ararat to Zion, from A to Z.

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Arun G (de) wrote: There is not a lot to cherish in this flick other than the cheeky return of the David Brent character. However, there are some genuinely uncomfortable laugh-out-loud moments. The music varies between decent to horrible.

Richard B (nl) wrote: Deliciously quirky tale of suburban life and death marks a comeback for Chris Langham with a wry sense of humour. A line he speaks early on resonates slightly uncomfortably with "real" life. Does the motorway (uncredited) stand in for the River Styx?

Jason S (ag) wrote: One of the worst experiences of my life.

Kayla R (mx) wrote: i love this movie, i just wanna get up and dance.

Brody M (es) wrote: NOT as good as I hoped.A major disappointment

Mary M (ru) wrote: Very impressive! My #1 recommended action movie :)

Michael H (ru) wrote: Blood and guts and gore and gloop and a little bit of S&M - just what HP Lovecraft envisaged I'm sure

Dylan W (ru) wrote: His best movie I've seen. This movie is one of the all time greats.

Alexander P (kr) wrote: This eccentric black comedy idolises life through the lust for death. 'Harold and Maude' set the benchmark for quirky, offbeat cinema. Delightful. 9/10.

Private U (us) wrote: A striking nonfiction work by Robert Flaherty of "Nanook of the North" fame. The journalist in me kept wondering how much of this was staged/contrived, but it's undeniably affecting.