WINNETKA — “The Cut,” a stirring melodrama written and directed by Turkish-German filmmaker Fatih Akin. Armenian refugee Nazaret Manoogian an Armenian Genocide survivor who loses his family, speech and faith. One night he learns that his twin daughters Arsinée and Lucinée may still be alive and starts his quest to reunite with them.

“The Cut” is not an optimistic film, but it presents a scenario rich enough to make you want to be optimistic.

The movie will be presented at OIA center, on Sunday, June 12th, 2016 at 6:00 pm.

Admission free.

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