The Promise

2016

Drama  History  

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Christian Bale as n Chris Myersnn
Oscar Isaac as n Mikael Boghosiannn
Shohreh Aghdashloo as n Marta Boghosiannn
James Cromwell as n Ambassador Morgenthaunn
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by michaeljtrubic 9 / 10

Wonderful Film

How it has received an unprecedented amount of negative reviews on your site. This film has been screened three times, one being at the Toronto Film Festival on September 11, 2016. And yet it has over 55,000 1-star reviews. How is that possible? This film is about a touchy subject for many because it centers around the time the Ottoman Empire Turkish carried out a genocide against the Armenian people. But since it is not possible that all these people have seen the film considering the simple fact that it has not been released anywhere yet, how can people leave negative reviews about a film they've never seen? It is a known fact that the Azeri and Turkish government and people have been denying this genocide for over a century and are willing to go to great lengths for it to remain unrecognized.They are doing this with fundamental militant way. But to allow your website to become a weapon of Turkish denial and propaganda is not the standard that your company set for itself when IMDb was launched. I am in real disbelief as to why a film that has not been released to the public is being defamed and down-rated by Internet trolls. Please do not let your site become another place of hateful political ranting. It only does you a great disservice.

Reviewed by Frank Nacsa 9 / 10

Moving love triangle, leading to Armenian Genocide

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Reviewed by janoush 9 / 10

Oscar worthy !!!

Many films that debuted at this years Tiff were based on unfortunate periods of history. I hope that some of them can learn from this film. This has at its heart a love story. It also depicts what a nation is capable of doing to an ethic group when its leaders (both secular and spiritual) reduce the value of life of different cultures to nothing if it is not theirs - Islam. This film is from the same director that brought Hotel Rwanda to the festival a few years back. That presentation was a wonderfully moving experience for me as this one was also.This film is not all about murder thankfully. Its about the people who were once a vibrant part of the former Ottoman empire that find all of their hopes and dreams for the future suddenly crushed. It has at its core a wonderful love story and it has attracted many fine actors to portray these memorable roles. I found the female roles to be particularly well designed and delivered. Excellent female roles in this film.FYI: At my screening (2nd) the director told us that there were 1400 seats at the first screening and that there were already 4000 negative reviews on IMDb - yes he reads these reviews. I don't believe 100's of Turks would come to a film festival only to learn about the Armenian Holocaust. No one at my screening cried foul. People that maintain it didn't happen are still trapped in a loop of denial. If we cannot remember the past we are doomed to repeat it.This film is careful not to delve to strongly into the depiction of violence. I think this film might be appropriate to teach children about history and also to teach children about people who want to cover up history.It is October 5th, almost a month now since the premiere. Currently 54,000 negative reviews for a film that hasn't opened yet - that must be some sort of a record.

Reviewed by Falcon 9 / 10

The sun cannot be plastered over with mud. A truth which is plain for all eyes to see cannot be concealed.

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