Our Daily Water (White Shores)
1975, Hayfilm Studio, drama, 91min. (2526m), b/w, wide screen, the first screening – 01.11.1976.
Scr. E.Kristofor (Ye.Manaryan), Dir. A.Manaryan, Dir. of Phot. L.Atoyants, Art Dir. M.Arakelyan, Compos. S.Shakaryan, Sound V.Chaparyan, First Asst.Dir. R.Martirosyan, Cam. R.Balasanyan, Cost.Des. G.Manukyan, Set Des. M.Antonyan, Make-up M.Rozhkov, Visual Effects: Cam. R.Balasanyan, Des. H.Hovhannisyan; Edit. S.Jonyan, Scr.Edit. T.Dashtents, Prod.Manag. L.Muradyan.
Cast: Taronyan – Sh.Ghazaryan, Sahakyan – Yu.Boginyan, Markar – M.Kechoghlyan, Andranik – Ye.Arzumanyan, Mihran – T.Dashtents, Zaven – A.Petrosyan, Anna – E.Uzunyan, Gohar – A.Tumanyan, Arus – M.Muradyan, Tirosich – B.Chakhalyan, Galstyan – V.Artzrunyan, Hakobov – G.Khazhakyan, Lilit – A.Harutyunyan, Lendrosh – R.Karapetyan, Morozov – V.Rudovich.
The film is about the ecological problems of Lake Sevan. The hero of the film, who once implemented industrialization plans, is currently in charge of the works aimed at rescuing Lake Sevan. The feeling of guilt never leaves him.