Haunted by nightmares of the mythological character Medea, 20-year-old Maria seeks refuge in her grandfather’s house in the Armenian mountains. First deeply depressed, Maria finds harmony and a sense of purpose in closeness with nature and the people.
CAST & CREW
Ovsanna Gevorgyan, Vardan Hakobyan, David Gevorgyan
Director of Photography
Tamara Sevunts, Narine Tarzi-Mkoyan, Armen Zalinyan.
Ovsanna Gevorgyan is a New York-based Armenian writer and director. After getting her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism at Yerevan State University in Armenia she moved to New York to study film directing at Columbia University School of the Arts. Her first feature film project, My Heart Is Like Those Ruined Houses, was selected to be part of “Armenian-Turkish Cinema Platform” pitching lab. Ovsanna’s short film You Can’t Go Home Again was screened at Lincoln Center as part of the Armenian Film at Lincoln Center series and her latest short film project - Tale of the Anguished Gardener was selected by Creative Europe Film Pitching Forum. During the past three years, Ovsanna Gevorgyan has participated in 26 short film projects, 7 of which she wrote and directed.
The Pilgrim (2014, short), Daughter (2015, short), Separation (2015, short), Ocean (2015, short), From the Diaries of an Invulnerable Woman (2016, short), You Can’t Go Home Again (2018, short), Tale of the Anguished Gardener (2019, short).