The “Neutral Zone” – a new film about the Artsakh War – will premiere on June 7. The new psychological thriller tells about wartime, when the chaos could be resisted only thanks to friendship and belief, authors of the film told a press conference today.
The 90-minute feature film tells about friends, who entered the neutral zone to save Armenian captives, but were ambushed. They had to withstand a number of difficulties before they came out of the blockade.
The film is based on real events. The scenes were filmed in Chinari and Aygedzor villages in Tavush marz.