2009, Golden Apricot Fund for Cinema Development, Hayfilm Studio (The National Cinema Center of Armenia), Volya Films (The Netherlands), supported by Hubert Bals Fund, 82 min. (2372 m), color
Gen. Prod.: H. Khachatryan, Prod.: G. Gevorgyan, D. Vaslin, Exec. Prod.: H. Hovhannisyan, Dir.: H. Khachatryan (Co-Dir.: R. Khachatryan), Scr.: M. Stamboltsyan, H. Khachatryan, Dir. of Phot.: V. Petrosyan, Art Dir.: A. Sargsyan, Set Des.: H. Hakobyan, Music by: A. Terteryan, Sound: K. Tsaturyan, P. Baghyan, M. Stamboltsyan, H. Israyelyan, A. Kesayan, Cost. Des.: G. Sargsyan, Edit.: H. Khachatryan (with participation of K. Baghinyan), Prod. Manag.: A. Harutyunyan.
Cast: L. Liparityan, M. Mkhitaryan, D. Gasparyan, N. Gasparyan, P. Chakhalyan.
The events in the film develop after the end of military activities in Karabakh. A foreigner of Armenian descent organizes a charitable dinner and a farm in a borderland village, located near the Armenian-Azerbaijani frontier. The villagers once find a she-buffalo stuck in swamp and bring it to the village. But the buffalo would go back to the border...