Supported by Ministry of Culture of RA

Deadline - Seven Days

1991, Yerevan Chamber Theatre Production, film-fable, 97min. (2682m), color.
Scr./Dir. A.Yernjakyan, Dir. of Phot. A.Melkumyan, Art Dir./Cost.Des. Ye.Sargsyan, Compos. A.Kartalyan, Sound Yu.Sayadyan, First Asst.Dir. M.Poghosyan, Make-up V.Asatryan, Edit. G.Miloserdova, Prod. Manag. M.Saribekyan.
Starring: Man – A.Adamyan, Woman – N.Armani.
Cast: M.Melkonyan, A.Sargsyan, A.Muradkhanyan, V.Mkrtchyan, Yu.Kostanyan, M.Poghosyan, G.Amiragyan, D.Babayan, M.Avakimyan, K.Janibekyan, A.Ayvazyan, V.Chaushyan, L.Sarkisov, E.Bezhanov, K.Ekmekchyan (Kalafatis), V.Mkrtchyan, L.Igityan, N.Haykanyan, A.Melkonyan, S.Hakhnazaryan, Ye.Podpomogova, N.Hayrapetyan, O.Baghdalyan, A.Hambardzumyan, K.Manaryan, K.Ulikhanyan.

The film is about a woman and a man – their meeting, unhappy love and separation. It seems to be a banal story, but it develops against the background of a self-destructive town. There are cities, where soldiers go and where false prophets have already arrived. It's a sad film about the responsibility each one of us has for what we have done in our lives.