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Current Rating: 4.97

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  • 5 stars Outstanding documentary chronicles the making of Bruce Springsteen's seminal Darkness on the Edge of Town album.
  • 5 stars It is an excellent movie,depicting how cruel the Ottoman Turks were at that time.It is so shameful that they have denied over a hundred years about the Armenian Genocide.I guess the Turkish government never taught them in school about the real facts about the massacres.
  • 5 stars Denying the past we destroy the future.
  • 5 stars A sobering take on the Armenian Genocide, a crime against humanity still being denied 102 years after its execution by its perpetrators. Very touching.
  • 5 stars Touchy and informative.
  • 5 stars A great movie with a great story.
  • 5 stars A truly excellent film in the same league as the great epics of the past, like Ben Hur, Dr Zhivago and the like. A love story set in the middle of the historically accurate Turkish Genocide carried out against the Armenian population. This must be a contender for an Oscar or BAFTA. Great story, great acting, great everything.
  • 5 stars Excellent movie.
  • 5 stars Very well presented the whole truth, this happened to every single Armenian family, forced to leave their city and country to Dehr Zor Desert in 1914-1915.
  • 5 stars It is an amazing movie that brings out a century old hidden truth to 21st century audience. this is the most effective way to learn from past mistreats toward reconciliation. We all belong to this world and together we will take care of this wonderful world!

The Promise

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  134 min.
In theatres: April 21, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 4.97
based on 456 votes and 114 reviews
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Cast: Oscar Isaac, Charlotte Le Bon, Christian Bale, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Tom Hollander, James Cromwell