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(332) 7.2 2016

3 Weeks in Yerevan is a movie starring Vahik Pirhamzei, Hrant Tokhatyan, and Vahe Berberian. In this heartwarming comedy, two filmmakers (Armen and Raffi), from Los Angeles, go to Armenia to shoot a feature length movie about a...

Starring
Vahe Berberian, Hrant Tokhatyan, Nanor Petrosyan, Vahik Pirhamzei
Genres
Comedy
Director
Vahik Pirhamzei, Vahe Berberian

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy
Director Vahik Pirhamzei, Vahe Berberian
Writer Vahe Berberian, Narbeh Nazarian
Stars Vahe Berberian, Hrant Tokhatyan, Nanor Petrosyan, Vahik Pirhamzei
Country USA
Description In this heartwarming comedy, two filmmakers (Armen and Raffi), from Los Angeles, go to Armenia to shoot a feature length movie about a third generation American Armenian who goes to Yerevan to adopt a 12 year old. Teaming up with a local impresario (Rubo), the team begins the arduous task of casting for the parts, scouting locations and securing the last leg of the funding. What seems to be a perfect plan becomes a perfect storm of absurd meetings, unexpected discoveries and hysterical events, which come together to sabotage the project. The Minister of Culture, The chief of police, the director of Hyefilm Studios, the oligarch...They all offer to help, and yet all of them have their conditions - changing the plot of the script, adopting it to another period, casting a relative for a part, and ultimately a proposal to turn the simple, touching story into a biopic of an oligarch. The chemistry between the Rubo, Armen and Raffi creates an amazing hilarity, and their journey to realize their dream brings them face to face with some colorful characters, fantastic situations, and beautiful backdrops.

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Monday, 18 May 2020 22:44

This movie is a quirky look at the life of a beautiful young woman, who is an aspiring writer and has recently moved to Yerevan. Her new house is a single-story, but not as nice as the apartment she had before, and it seems to be under renovation. She is struggling with a few unresolved issues with her family, and her boyfriend, and is even trying to get a job. Her father is very stressed about the house, and is threatening to sell it. Her mother is having marital problems, and has been giving her husband a hard time. The father is very sad and moody. His son is very sad and depressed. His daughter, who is quite bright, has been behaving more like a teenager than a teenager. The family has been moving from one place to another, with a lot of ups and downs. Her boyfriend is very aggressive. Her mother is very depressed, and is always thinking about how she could get out of her marriage. Her father is so depressed that he is unable to come up with the money for the house. His girlfriend is not very bright and seems to be very needy. His father seems to be depressed, and seems to be incapable of having a normal relationship with his son. His son seems to be more of a younger version of his father. He seems to be the most stable, and seems to have more fun. His mother seems to be the most unstable, and seems to be the one that is always looking for ways to get out of her marriage. The movie is very light, and is very funny at times, especially when the family is in a small place. It is also very sad at times, and is very emotional. This is a movie that is worth seeing, even if you don't like movies like this.


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