Armenia’s civil disobedient, violent free, revolution is an inspiration to other small countries gripped with corrupt oligarchs. Now as a country in transition, Armenia is slowly reversing decades long destructions of its socio-economic, political, and veracity of the nation as its populist leader forges ahead.
More than a century ago, innocent Christian Armenians who were living in the Ottoman Empire during the late 1800s began to flee persecution and massacres during the reign of Sultan Abdul Hamid II. These became known as the Hamidian Massacres and took place between 1894 and 1896. It is estimated that between 80,000 to as many as 300,000 mostly Christian Armenians lost their lives
The documentary film captures a timeline of the unprecedented peaceful people’s revolution of May 2018 in Armenia -- a civil disobedience that overthrew an incumbent corrupt, oligarchic government and appointed a new “people’s choice” Prime Minister.