Filmmaker Suzanne Khardalian creates a tour into her possess family’s story to examine a terrible law behind her grandmother’s peculiar tattoos and, in a process, unveils a story of a Armenian women driven out of Ottoman Turkey during a First World War.
During a First World War, millions of Armenians were forced out of their homes in a afterwards Ottoman empire, into a deserts of Syria and Iraq.
More than a million people died in what Armenians report as a genocide, nonetheless Turkey rejects this accusation.
Everybody in a family seemed to know a story, though nobody ever spoke about it.
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