Censored by Soviet officials, Sergei Paradjanov's lavish film "The Color of Pomegranates" follows 18th-century Armenian poet Sayat Nova's incredible life, from carpet weaver's apprentice to archbishop to martyr. The lyrical, image-laden work led to the director's imprisonment in 1974. AKA: "Red Pomegranate," "Sayat Nova." And, one of the most innovative directors of the post-WWII Russian cinema, Paradjanov was censored, persecute, and even imprisoned by Soviet authorities for his outspoken views and his homosexuality. Rare interviews and clips from some of Paradjanov's most memorable movies paint an unforgettable picture of the late filmmaker, in "Paradjanov: A Requiem." 145 min. total. Standard; Soundtracks: Russian Dolby Digital stereo, English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English; bonus short "Hagop Hovnatanian" (1965). In Russian with English subtitles/Dubbed in English.