Nesimi (film)
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Nesimi Film
Nesimi
Directed byHasan Seyidbeyli
Produced byAzerbaijanfilm
Written byIsa Huseynov
StarringRasim Balayev
Ismayil Osmanli
Music byTofig Guliyev
Edited byTamara Narinbeyova
Production
company
Release date
  • 1973 (1973)
Running time
96 min.
CountryAzerbaijan
LanguageAzerbaijani, Russian

Nesimi (Azerbaijani: N?simi) is an Azerbaijani biopic film shot in Baku, Absheron, Gobustan, Nakhichevan, Shamakhi (Azerbaijan), Bukhara, Samarkand (Uzbekistan), Halab, Damascus (Syria) in 1973. Screenplay was written by Isa Huseynov. Directed by Hasan Seyidbeyli, this film is in history drama genre depicting the life of a prominent Azerbaijani philosopher and poet, Imadaddin Nasimi.[1] The film is considered as one of the best Azerbaijani movies in historical genre produced during Soviet times.[2] After this debut in a big movie, the actor in the leading role, Rasim Balayev became a notable actor after this movie.[3]

Plot

The film is a biographical true story about life of Imadaddin Nasimi, well known throughout the East for his school of philosophy and thought, poems and promotion of moral values in a feudal society. During the 14th-15th centuries, when Azerbaijan was a stage for warring powers and civil wars, Nasimi was the only poet committed to promotion of humanism and moral values inflicting criticism on the ruling system and the society itself. For his intruding role in feudal regimes, Nasimi lived a complex and tragic life. At the end of the film, Nasimi is killed in front of masses as his skin is pealed off while alive.

Cast

Production

The movie is based on Isa Muganna's historical novel Judgement Day. The reason for filming movie was to commemorate the 600th anniversary of Imadaddin Nasimi, poet of the 14th century. To be correct in historical facts, the film makers consulted philologists and art historians.[4]

Awards

In 1974, during 7th Soviet film festival in Baku, the film was awarded with Prime Award for Best Historical Film; Rasim Balayev in the leading role was awarded with Best Actor award.

See also

External links

Nesimi on IMDb

Notes

  1. ^ "Bakýda Ýmad?ddin N?siminin yaradýcýlýðýna h?sr olunan II Beyn?lxalq N?simi Elmi Konfransý". Retrieved 2010.
  2. ^ Sariyeva, Irada. "Tarixi filml?rimiz yenid?n ç?kil? bil?rmi?". Baki Xabar. Baku. Retrieved 2010.
  3. ^ Simnare (12 December 2007). "Rasim Balayev komediya janrýnda özünü görmür". kultur.az. Baku. Retrieved 2010.
  4. ^ ""N?simi" filminin KADRARXASI: "Teymurl?ngin papa Bak?da qalmd?, M?r?z?d? 5 min adam gözl?m?li oldu"". Retrieved 2010.

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