“The film ‘Map of Salvation’, anointed with the sacrament of the Armenian Genocide, is one of the most beautiful and wonderfully eloquent testimonies to the crucifixion and tortured life of our people…”

Archbishop Sebouh Sarkissian

The Primate of the Armenian Diocese of Tehran

The “Map of Salvation” is a shocking film.
One of the most dignified films in the Armenian reality…
Along with the terrible pain, I experienced an unspeakable pride in being able to make such a dedication to the ones who shares our pain, understands our pain, feels it.

Hasmik Papian

Opera Singer, National Artist of Armenia

One might ask: Why make a film about so horrible parts of history? Shouldn’t we just forget and get on with our lives? My answer is: It is important not to reproduce history. I might be naïve, but: Let us learn from history. No more genocide! Thanks to the Man Pictures Production, all Creative group for giving us this important film about an almost forgotten genocide!

Kate Royster

MA, Writer, Author of the Book “Karen Jeppe and the Armenians”

“Map of Salvation”, a marvelous tour in the Armenian history. I was astonished by the way authors focused on a chapter of the Genocide, which has not yet adequately been used in a film. It is an excellent production, with o totally original theme. It would be a very good gesture on the part of the responsible ones for this kind of productions, to give authors the possibility to continue to make such movies, dedicated to the Armenian history (and especially to the Genocide).

Ioannis K. Hassiotis

Emeritus Professor of Modern History, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

This film is a beautiful tribute to five women and their extraordinary dedication in supporting and helping Armenians for many decades. “Map of Salvation” has already been designated as one of the ten must-see films about the Armenian Genocide. With its original focus and high technical standard it has all it takes to become a classic film.

Svante Lundgren  

Adjunct Professor, Åbo Akademi University (Finland),
Visiting Fellow, Lund University (Sweden)  

“Map of Salvation” is a beautiful film. It is non-fictional, documenting real events with testimonies of real people who witnessed the Armenian Genocide. This film is important for people to learn about the Armenian Genocide and the 20th century humanist movement, as well as the humane mission of the heroines of this movie.

Mogens Hoymark

Head of the Gulling Historical Museum, Denmark


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