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Nizami (1982)

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Genres Drama,    Biography,    Historical
Rating72% 3.6376353.6376353.6376353.6376353.637635

Nizami est un film biographique et historique azerbaïdjanais et soviétique réalisé par Eldar Kouliev et sorti en 1982. Le film a été récompensé au 16e Festival du cinéma soviétique à Leningrad en 1983 et reçut un diplôme des écrivains d’Ouzbékistan au Festival international de films d'Asie, d'Afrique et d'Amérique latine à Tachkent en 1984.


Le film retrace la biographie romancée du poète et philosophe humaniste Nizami qui a vécu au XII et XIII siècles et dont quelques écrits en persan, comme le cycle Khamseh, nous sont parvenus.


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