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The Social Network still remains a significant film

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Based on the book The Accidental Billionaires, The Social Network is roughly based on the life of Mark Zuckerberg and how he developed Facebook. Directed by David Fincher and written for the screen by Aaron Sorkin, the film won three Academy Awards.

Don’t Feed the Trolls: How Armenian Genocide Drama ‘The Promise’ Responded to an Internet Hate Campaign

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This weekend marks the moment of truth for “The Promise,” when Open Road Films’ $100 million love story set against the Armenian genocide of World War I will open on 2,000 screens. Directed by Terry George, best known for directing 2004’s “Hotel Rwanda,” the film follows a romantic triangle between an Armenian medical student (Oscar Isaac), an Armenian artist (Charlotte Le Bon) and an American photojournalist (Christian Bale).

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