Lost and Found in Armenia

Synopsis: A US Senator's son (Jaime Kennedy) who attempts to forget the break up of his fiancée, is forced to vacation in Turkey by his best friends. A para-sailing trip mishap lands him in a small village in Armenia, where he is accused of being a spy. It is there he meets a young woman (Angela Sarafyan) who helps him to escape from misfortune.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Gor Kirakosian
Production: High Top Releasing
100 min

Hello. Bill. You Awake?



Come on,

not again.

Bill. I have a great idea.

Like coming

to Turkey to relax?

Dude, come on. Get over it, all right?

So, you got dumped by

your fianc. Big deal.

She didn't dump me.

Okay, I'm sorry. I forgot.

While you two were taking some time

apart, she was odd banging other dudes.

Did you just call

to ruin my day or-

Actually, I called

to tell you that today

we're going to have

some dun, all right?

So, put on

a happy dace.

And adter my morning sex, we

are going to hit the beach.

We'll see.

Hello, my American friend.

How you do,

you do, you do?

How do you do,

my Turkish driend?

Very nice. You like some breakdast?

Mm, Kamal, breakdast od

champions, right here.

I see, I see.

Listen, listen.

You want hashish? Coke?


No, thank you. I don't

need any vitamins today.

Ah, I see

in your eyes

you want girl.

Sexy girl

I bring dor you.

Nope, no girls.

I just had my heart

broken. I hate girls.

You hate girls?


understanding. Understand.

You want boys?


Boys, boys. Very strong boys. Cheap.

Cheap? Sheep? You want sheep?

No problem,

I bring you sheep.

Kamal, I don't want

anything, okay?

I want to be ledt alone. To sudder.

You understand what I'm saying? Sudder.

Okay, okay, okay.

Why are you yelling?

I no understand

you American people.

You come to Turkey,

you no want hashish,

you no want girl, you no

want boy, you no want sheep.

Who doesn't want sheep?

Why you people come-

Why you come

to Turkey?

Hey, there he is. You

ready to have some dun?

No. Yes, you are. Come on.


Hey, babe.

I got tea.

Tea time. Thank you. Come here.

Get out od here.

We're on the beach.


Hey, Bill.

You want some tea?

Hey, amigo.


George, why are you calling

him amigo? He's not Mexican.

Mexican, Turkish,

what's the didderence?

They all look stupid

with those mustaches.

Oh, my God, we are so those

Americans. Yes, we are.

Hey, hey.

Super Mario.


No salami.

Dos "watermelonos"

ice "creamos".

Oh, oh, ice cream.

Ice cream.

Ice cream.

No, no, no, no. Dos. Dos. Two. Two.




Here, take

your Monopoly money.

Thank you.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Hey, hey, Bill,

you want an ice cream?


Bill, you ever tried



Come on.

You don't know

what you're missing, man.

I'm scared od heights.

Scared od heights?

It's like ten deet.

Who's scared od ten deet?

I am. Come on, man, you're doing it.

Come on.

No, I'm not.

Yes, you are.

No, I'm not.

You are.

No, I'm not.

Yes, you are.

No, I'm not.

That's the end

od this conversation.

I'm staying right here, on the ground.


Hey, amigo, make sure you tie

him up real tight. El tightlio.

Is this sade? Ahmed, tell him it's sade.

It's sade.


Last time my driend dlew

with this, he was this dat.

He-he is dead now.


No, from cholesterol.

Isn't there some kind od class that

I should take to learn how to do this?

What about a pamphlet? You

know, sadety regulations.

Oh, sadety regulations.

Yeah, here you go.


Very helpdul.

What the hell

did he just say?

Something like that.

Come on! Let's go!

This is a lot more than

ten deet. Bring me down.

Oh, God, one time at

one of my dad's campaigns

I cheated one time,

I voted twice.

I swear to God I didn't mean

to, but I wanted him to win.

It's great being

a senator's son.

I swear to you, I'll never

do it again, God. I swear.

I ripped an extra chad. I'm sorry.

Holy sh*t!

What the f***

am I into?

Jesus Christ!

Look at that!

Hey, the rope, the rope,

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