Supported by Ministry of Culture of RA


1972, Hayfilm Studio, drama, 20min. (577m), b/w.
Scr. Zh.Harutyunyan, Dir. A.Mkrtchyan, Dir. of Phot. Zh.Vardanyan, A.Mirakyan, Art Dir. A.Shakaryan, Compos. J.Ter-Tadevosyan, Sound Yu.Sayadyan, Make-up Kh.Zahalyan, Asst.Dir. M.Ghambaryan, Cam. K.Ayva-zyan, Asst.Des. S.Balyan, Edit. S.Babayan (Vatinyan), Scr.Edit. N.Ohanyan, Prod.Manag. V.Ghochikyan.
Cast: Avak – F.(M.)Mkrtchyan, Nahapet – A.Arzumanyan, Safaryan – S.Ayvazyan, Margaryan – Zh.Harutyunyan.

Long after the war a monument is erected in a remote Armenian village to honor the villagers who died during the war. The hero of the film demands that the name of his Russian friend, who saved the latter’s life at the expense of his own, is listed on the monument.