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The Missing One

UK, 1983 (MIFF 1984)

Director: Razmik Grigorian

It is he year 1922. A British solider who has been fighting on the Ottoman front, has been wounded, captured, imprisoned and tortured ...Has witnessed destruction, barbarism, massacres, inhumanity of man against man. As a result of this he has become mentally and Psychically disabled. He returns home to find that his own family is destroyed, as a consequence of the War.

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