Should the Wind Drop

Si le vent tombe

Greek premiere

Alain, a French technocrat, is assigned to study the feasibility of reopening the airport of Nagorno-Karabakh, a disputed area between Armenia and Azerbaijan. In this surreal, fragmented world of an airport without planes and a state deprived of international legitimacy, any official set of regulations is too inept to tackle this absurd reality. A story of utter disorientation and lurking chaos that has become alarmingly timely over the last months, featuring the immense void in between two unbridgeable worlds.

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Direction: Nora Martirosyan
Script: Nora Martirosyan, Emmanuelle Pagano, Olivier Torres, Guillaume André
Cinematography: Simon Roca
Editing: Nora Martirosyan, Yorgos Lamprinos
Sound: Anne Dupouy
Music: Pierre-Yves Cruaud
Actors: Grégoire Colin, Hayk Bakhryan
Production: SISTER Productions, Aneva Production, Kwassa Films
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Production Country: France, Armenia, Belgium
Production Year: 2020
Duration: 100΄
Contact: Clement Chautant: cchautant@indiesales.eu

Nora Martirosyan

Nora Martyrosian is a graduate of both the Art Academy in Yerevan, Armenia, and the State Academy of Fine Arts, in Amsterdam. In 2010, she directed the documentary short Les Complices. Should the Wind Drop is her feature debut. She currently lives and works in Montpelier, France.

Filmography

2010 Les complices (short doc)
2020 Si le Vent Tombe | Should the Wind Drop