In this work by independent filmmaker Hagop Goudsouzian documented the trip he took with five other Canadians of Armenian descent to return to the land of their ancestors to find survivors of the 1915 genocide. Originally intending to trek from the Syrian desert to the Euphrates, Hagop found the authorities unwilling to grant his party travel visas. He then searched the Armenian countryside to find survivors, and created a moving testament in the words of the centenatians themselves.
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