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Architects of Denial

HD   Unrated Closed Captioning

David Lee George

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About the Movie

Featuring Julian Assange, George Clooney and brutal witness accounts, this insightful documentary explores the controversy surrounding the Armenian genocide and persecution of Middle East Christians, including the US politicians who deny it even took place.

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Truth is dangerous

This film is likely to garner ratings at both extremes, at rates much higher than actual downloads or purchases, simply due to the controversy, and concerted campaigns from both sides for recognition or denial, as the topic of the film illustrates. Ignore the extreme ratings. Watch it and decide for yourself. Not all Turks deny the Armenian Genocide. Some very prominent Turkish intellectuals have risked it all to speak up in support of recognition. There are Holocaust denier galore, but their perspective has been long disproven. It's time that truth of the Armenian Genocide be given the same level of recognition. The other side is simply a skewed misrepresentation.

Amazing Story

A documentary of what humans have been facing for centuries. Great story! Loved it.

Very important story, but poorly delivered

America has been assaulted with many documentaries in the same hackneyed form, with predictable close-ups of tears and montages of carnage, but so out-of-balance as to be perverse.

This is just another one of them.

Architects of Denial
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  • $12.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2017

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