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Production - Armenia - The apricot revolution

For more than a century, Armenia's main export has been its people: men like MGM investor Kirk Kerkorian, who fled oppression and settled in Russia, France and North America. The country of 3.2 million people began post-Soviet independence in the early 1990s in the throes of a devastating earthquake and at war with its neighbours. Local cinema was no match for the evening news.

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