Song of the Old Days, The
1982, Hayfilm Studio, drama, 87min. (2414m), color, premiere – 23.04.1982.
Scr./Dir. A.Mkrtchyan, Dir. of Phot. R.Vatinyan, Art Dir. R.P.Babayan, Compos. T.Mansuryan, Sound Yu.Sayadyan, First Asst.Dir. R.Mkrtchyan, Cam. H.Hovhannisyan, Cost.Des. K.Andranikyan, Make-up V.Asatryan, Sec.Asst.Dir. N.Haykazyan, S.Ayvazyan, Asst.Cam. A.Zohrabyan, Edit. S.Gabrielyan, Scr.Edit. S.Sarukhanyan, Prod.Manag. K.Ghukasyan.
Starring: Mushegh – Sh.Ghazaryan, Nikol – F.(M.)Mkrtchyan, Hayastan – V.Mirijanyan, Ruben – G.Manukyan, Mesrop – A.Gasparyan, Satenik – N.Baghdasaryan, Oberon – A.Adamyan.
Cast: Oberon’s mother – G.Novents, Khoren – A.Hovhannisyan, Hovhannes – A.Geodakyan, Zaven – H.Alaverdyan, Armen – S.Sedrakyan, Zarzand – V.Hakobyan, Vartush – A.Aznavuryan, seller – B.Gazazyan, “nemets” – Ye.Nersisyan, Kishmish – M.Tovmasyan, as well as T.Hovhannisyan, I.Marchenko, T.Doykina, S.Kirakosyan, D.Ananyan.
The heroes of the film are members of an amateur theater group who arrive in a provincial Armenian town and begin to share the losses and sorrows of war with town’s inhabitants.