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There is a life of people in the Aygepar village, located in 200 meters from the Armenian-Azerbaijani border. They bake bread, gather grapes, raise children, protect their homes and do not think to leave from here
The head of the village, Andranik Aydinyan, is a child of generation, which has not seen a single day without war in his entire life. Here he lives with his family - his wife and two young sons and cares for the inhabitants of Aygepar.

  • Araksi Muradova
  • Mariam Kocharian
  • Araksi Muradova
  • Argishty
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  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Short, Student
  • Genres:
    human rights, war, social
  • Runtime:
    25 minutes 57 seconds
  • Country of Origin:
    Russian Federation
  • Country of Filming:
  • Language:
    Armenian, Russian
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
Director Biography - Araksi Muradova

Araksi Muradova was born in Moscow in 1995.
A graduate of Moscow State University, the Faculty of Journalism.
After graduation, she worked and collaborated with various charitable organizations ("Sheredar" Children's Aid Fund, The "Envelope For God" Community, "The Faith" Hospice Aid Fund).

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Director Statement

The Aygepar film is an invaluable experience for me as a journalist and director. I am glad that fate brought us together with these heroes,and led us this way on the border of Armenia. We went haphazardly. We didn’t even think of making a film 200 meters from the border, but it turned out that way.
For me, the main tune of the film is life. Despite all the fears, horrors and pain of war, we all want one thing - to live and enjoy life, to be able to appreciate every moment, raise children, learn and work. The simplest values become more sensible there, on the border, where the distance between peace and war is just one bullet. Aygepar will forever remain in my heart.
It is important that we returned alive and manage to bring all the material to the viewer. And we will continue to live and to talk about what is impossible to keep silent