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April 21   -   ArtsJournal: music

Battle Over The (Existence Of The) Armenian Genocide Plays Out In Rival Movies

"If history was any guide, the director Terry George figured, there'd be weirdness around his new film, The Promise, about the Armenian genocide. Sure enough, he was right" - there was a concerted pile-on at IMDb, and the unanticipated release of a competing film on strangely similar material, The Ottoman Lieutenant. Cara Buckley lays out the strange circumstances around the two titles.

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