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Fergus Daly guides us through some of the highlights in the century lens history of films dealing with war.

Fergus Daly on the best films ever made: Komitas Don Askarian's Komitas (1988) is, by all accounts, a stunning portrayal of Armenian musician 'Komitas' and his response to the massacre of two million of his fellow countrymen by the Turks during World War I. This is the kind of film that ought to be revived by our film festivals and/or released on video.

Film West 29

Ireland's Film Quarterly