Oscar Isaac, left, and Charlotte Le Bon in a scene from the long-awaited film based on the Armenian genocide, “The Promise.”
Oscar Isaac, left, and Charlotte Le Bon in a scene from the long-awaited film based on the Armenian genocide, “The Promise.” Jose Haro Open Road Films/AP
Oscar Isaac, left, and Charlotte Le Bon in a scene from the long-awaited film based on the Armenian genocide, “The Promise.” Jose Haro Open Road Films/AP

‘Our revenge will be to survive’

April 20, 2017 09:41 AM

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About Armen D. Bacon

Armen D. Bacon

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Armen D. Bacon is a writer and co-author of "Griefland — an Intimate Portrait of Love, Loss and Unlikely Friendship" (Globe Pequot Press, 2012) and a collection of essays, "My Name is Armen - a Life in Column Inches." Email: armenbacon@gmail.com.