Village of women written and directed by Tamara Stepanyan will be presented at University of California.
Armenia, a village called Lichk where only women, children and the elderly reside. Men leave 9 months of the year to Russia to work. How do these women endure waiting, loneliness, and the absence of their husbands? I film their life and intimacy, become a confidante, hear and share their frustrations, joys and desires.
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