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    Berge is a photographer and an Armenian immigrant who is leaving Canada to settle in Turkey for the woman he loves. Before he goes he must finish his project about his homeless punk rock friend Sebas...

    Nobody Knows My Songs - Film Trailer

    Uploaded Apr 30, 2018

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    Directed by Zoran Maslic 2017 91 min

    Nobody Knows My Songs - Film Trailer

    Uploaded Apr 30, 2018

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    BEST FEATURE DOCUMENTARY at 2016 Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival

    Berge Arabian, a photographer, an immigrant, a mid-aged Armenian who grew up in Syria and Lebanon, is preparing to leave Canada and become an immigrant again. He will settle in Turkey and join his girlfriend Fatos and her daughter Dalale.
    In the months before his departure, while browsing streets of Toronto, he meets Sebastian who at the moment lives in the tent under the bridge.
    A friendship develops and Berge enters the world of semi-homeless punk-rock youth who often call themselves "dirty kids". Sebastian is deeply in love with Emily and that becomes Berge's obsession and the reason for an artistic and spiritual quest. He will find what he already carried in himself: an endless idealism, faith in goodness of human beings and the puzzling question of belonging and identity.

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