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Frightening or Intense Scenes: Protagonist encounters a locked train full of refugees being transported to their deaths.
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Our village sat high in the mountains of Southern Turkey. It was half Turk, half Armenian.
You're not a Turk. Armenians have to apply in their hometown.
The Armenians are a tumor in our midst, Emre. Do you understand?
Involving the mass arrest of intellectuals, bankers and clergy. It does appear to be an attempt to stifle and silence the Armenian population.
Who are you to spread such rumors?
-Right now... Outside of Siroun... You'll find the bodies of every Armenian from my village rotting in a river. Every man, woman and child marched from their home, brought there and slaughtered, all of them. My father. My wife. Stabbed, slashed open. Our unborn child ripped from her womb. You don't believe me?
Hmm? Go. Go look for yourself. Follow the vultures and the smell.
I made a promise. I... can't go back on that, uncle.
He's a spy. And he has used journalism to smear the ottoman empire and its soldiers around the world with his fabrication about the relocation of the Armenians.
We will build a future together, Maral and I. And we will grow to love each other.
And you will be proud of us.
I fell in love with someone. I can't do this. I can't marry Maral.
-You have to marry Maral. Whatever happened, that was another life.
Our revenge will be to survive.
My darling Yeva told me that her greatest wish was that her parents and our dear Ana were here. I told her I know that they are. For sure, they are here. And all of your parents and all those families lost in an attempt to wipe our nation from the face of the earth. But we're still here. We're still here.
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