The Promise

  •   Hawkhurst
  •   Rye

Hawkhurst

The Promise (12A) 133mins

Empires fall, love survives.

When Michael, a brilliant medical student, meets Ana, their shared Armenian heritage sparks an attraction that explodes into a romantic rivalry between Michael and Ana's boyfriend Chris, a famous American photojournalist dedicated to exposing political truth. As the Ottoman Empire crumbles into war-torn chaos, their conflicting passions must be deferred while they join forces to get their people to safety and survive themselves.

The Promise is directed by Academy Award winning filmmaker Terry George (Hotel Rwanda, In The Name Of The Father,

Starring Oscar Isaac, Christian Bale, Charlotte Le Bon and Tom Hollander.

'A terrible event very few are taught about, absorbingly retold'  Little White Lies

'The film catches the dreadful speed with which smashed windows give way to death camps, while individual scenes have a grim power'  Financial Times

'Undeniably effective, in its own blunt way, this deserves credit for shining light on a crime that's - unbelievably and controversially - still denied to this day'  Empire


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Rye

The Promise (12A) 133mins

Empires fall, love survives.

When Michael, a brilliant medical student, meets Ana, their shared Armenian heritage sparks an attraction that explodes into a romantic rivalry between Michael and Ana's boyfriend Chris, a famous American photojournalist dedicated to exposing political truth. As the Ottoman Empire crumbles into war-torn chaos, their conflicting passions must be deferred while they join forces to get their people to safety and survive themselves.

The Promise is directed by Academy Award winning filmmaker Terry George (Hotel Rwanda, In The Name Of The Father,

Starring Oscar Isaac, Christian Bale, Charlotte Le Bon and Tom Hollander.

'A terrible event very few are taught about, absorbingly retold'  Little White Lies

'The film catches the dreadful speed with which smashed windows give way to death camps, while individual scenes have a grim power'  Financial Times

'Undeniably effective, in its own blunt way, this deserves credit for shining light on a crime that's - unbelievably and controversially - still denied to this day'  Empire


PLAY TRAILER play trailer