CULTURE


“HEYDAR ALIYEV” FEATURE FILM SHOOTINGS COMPLETED

Shootings of a two-part feature film “Heydar Aliyev” depicting life and wide-range of activities of the President of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev, directed by an outstanding representative of the national art of movie, member of the European Academy of film and TV, awarded with “Shohrat” order, Vaghif Mustafayev have been completed. In the interview with AzerTAj, the director said, “This film was big work both from the point of view of shootings and plot and idea itself. We have successfully completed this work. Heydar Aliyev is the main character of the film and this work of art was named “Heydar Aliyev” as well.

There are such scenes in the film that spectators will watch for the first time. For instance, no one can tell anything about the course of the Political Bureau sitting. However, by means of this movie, the spectators will turn into eyewitnesses of discussions of the Political Bureau; will live again tragic events of bloody January 20.

Over 40 world-known actors feature in the film, Heydar Aliyev’s character was created by a well-known Polish actor Tadeush Khuk. The part of the former USSR President Michael Gorbachev was played by a well-known Russian actor Vsevolod Shilovski. A young Osetian actor Janpolad Khugayev created the character of Prime Minister Ilham Aliyev.

Music to the film was written by a famous composer Eugene Doga.

Even if the film has not been released yet, it has already received the invitations to different festivals. There is a request to hold the first night of the film in Moscow. Polish expressed their wish to show the film in Warsaw. They are happy that the character of Heydar Aliyev was created by a Polish actor.

The film is ready, it is being copied in Moscow and its first night is to be held very soon".

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