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A stirring and stunning story of an aristocratic family who is unexpectedly swept into the ravages of World War I and a forbidden passion that may be the family’s only hope. Paz Vega (Spanglish) stars in this profoundly moving and controversial film from internationally acclaimed, multiple award-winning Italian directors Paolo and Vittorio Taviani (Padre Padrone).Vega delivers a haunting performance as Nunik, a proud, headstrong Armenian woman whose indomitable spirit captures the heart of an enemy Turkish soldier.
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And don't forget the Taviani brothers. I fell in love with the first movie that I saw from them (Un uomo da bruciare). After over 50 years, they still got it. It is a pity that they are not better known in the US.
This is not a propaganda movie. It is a study of how humans strive to do the right thing under the most adverse situations.
Every school library should have a copy.
There is a considerable amount of violence, so much so that I would have to rate this as one of the most violent motion pictures I have seen recently (I do not count the comic-book violence of recent Hollywood pictures). Some of my friends could not bear to watch all of it.
I cannot rate it among the best motion pictures I have ever seen, but I am glad I read the reviews published earlier on Amazon.com and also glad that I saw The Lark Farm.