Never Forget: Angela Sarafyan On 'The Promise' and The Armenian Genocide

Never Forget: Angela Sarafyan On 'The Promise' and The Armenian Genocide

By Bernard Boo

Best known for her memorable work on Westworld, Sarafyan discusses her new film, The Promise, an epic memorial to the Armenian Genocide. 24 Apr 2017 // 4:00 PM

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