[Web Wrap]: Golden Apricot Wrap-Up.

July 20, 2010

By Christian Garbis via Notes from Hairenik

I was thankfully able to see two more films that were competing at the Golden Apricot Film Festival during the weekend. Both of them were definitely worth seeing in my opinion. And if I forgot to mention in my previous post, as with virtually all the other films that I saw, impressively both English and Armenian subtitles were displayed, with no one tortuously reading a translation of a script at a deafening volume, as was the case two years ago when I saw Michelangelo Antonioni’s “The Red Desert” (which is incidentally a highly overrated, annoyingly tedious film, but anyway…).

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Credit: Christian Garbis

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