ASA: Armenian Students Association

NY ASA would like to encourage its members and friends to attend the screening of the most famous and challenging film by Sergei Paradjanov. The COLOR OF POMEGRANATES

NY ASA would like to encourage its members and friends to attend the 
screening of the most famous and challenging film by Sergei Paradjanov.
The COLOR OF POMEGRANATES will be shown at The Walter Reade Theater@ Lincoln 
Center (north side of West 65th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam 
Avenue). Ticket prices for general events are $9.50 for Adults, $5 for Film 
Society members and $7 for students with a valid photo ID. Showtimes are: 
Sat Jan 25: 5PM; Mon Jan 27: 4PM & 9PM

Brief Synopsis:

THE COLOR OF POMEGRANATES / SAYAT NOVA
Sergei Paradjanov, USSR, 1969; 75m
Music by Tigran Mansuryan
Paradjanov's film is a collage of glorious sounds and sights, a succession 
of brilliantly colored and hypnotic tableaux, telling the story of Sayat 
Nova's life from his birth in 1712, to his time as court poet to the King of 
Georgia, to his death in 1795. The bewitching score is by the great Armenian 
composer Tigran Mansuryan. "Sayat Nova, " wrote Serge Daney in Libération, 
"is one of those films (of which there are fewer and fewer every day) that 
resembles nothing else before it."
Sat Jan 25: 5;
Mon Jan 27: 4 pn & 9