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Exactly 100 years after the Armenian Genocide, a director (Simon Abkarian) is staging a play at the Los Angeles Theatre to honor the victims of that crime, forgotten and denied for an entire century. The play stars his enigmatic wife (Angela Sarafyan) as an Armenian woman in 1915 who must make a controversial decision that will alter the course of history. But this will not be an ordinary performance. As protesters surround the theater before showtime, and a series of strange accidents spreads terror among the play s cast (Sam Page, Nikolai Kinski) and producer (Jim Piddock), it appears that Simon s mission is far more dangerous than we think and the ghosts of 1915 are everywhere. LOS ANGELES TIMES: A creative way to do justice to such a monumental topic. PASTE MAGAZINE: A tense film with moments of genuine suspense and psychological thrills, all while touching on the larger subjects of memory, truth, and denial...riveting storylines that provide important history lessons along the way. NEW YORK TIMES: A ghostly evocation of bygone slaughter. ROYA RASTEGAR (LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL): Visually lush and cinematically ambitious 1915 captures the power of story to reclaim the stolen history of a people. ATOM EGOYAN (DIRECTOR OF ARARAT, EXOTICA, & THE SWEET HEREAFTER): Ambitious, urgent, and full of passion...an important evocation of the Armenian soul. The Blu Ray contains both the original English and Armenian language versions. Special features include: 3 behind-the-scenes featurettes, 4 deleted scenes, 7 on-set actor interviews, and the theatrical trailer.