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Proshchay, yuzhnyy gorod (2006)

The film takes place in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku at the end of the 1980s. At this time, the Soviet Union was starting to fall apart, and with this came the start of a number of ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Timur Badalbeyli ...
Alik
Elmira Shabanova ...
Khanmana
Haci Ismayilov
Fakhraddin Manafov ...
Rza (as Fekhreddin Manafov)
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Tofik Mirzoyev ...
Grandfather
Fuad Poladov ...
Fariz
Mekhriban Zeki ...
Maia
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The film takes place in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku at the end of the 1980s. At this time, the Soviet Union was starting to fall apart, and with this came the start of a number of ethnic conflicts. Fariz and his family move into a Baku apartment block from war-torn Nagorno-Karabakh. Fariz's relations with his new neighbors are strained by his accusations that it was people like them who failed to support the Azeris in their conflict with ethnic Armenians. The only one who stands up to him is Alik, who acts as peacemaker between him and the older inhabitants of the building. Alik has no reservations about brandishing his gun in order to keep the peace. One day, the apartment managers want to evict a number of musicians who have been squatting in the basement. Alik gets involved, but soon discovers the situation is more complicated that he first believed. Written by Anonymous

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September 2006 (Azerbaijan)  »

Also Known As:

Adieu, ville du sud  »

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