The film is about Azeri hero who fought against invaders and subjugators. —afc.az
Huseyn Ali oglu Seyidzadeh (Azerbaijani: Hüseyn Seyidzadə) (19 October 1910, Erivan – 2 June 1979, Baku) was an Azerbaijani film director.
Huseyn Seyidzadeh was born to a family of a merchant in the city of Erivan (then part of the Russian Empire, now the capital of Armenia). He fled the city with his family in 1918 and settled first in Tiflis, and then in Baku. In 1936 Seyidzadeh graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in Moscow having been taught by prominent Soviet film directors such as Sergei Eisenstein, Mikhail Romm and Lev Kulidzhanov. He later worked at Lenfilm. Seyidzadeh directed his first film in 1943, with Leyla Badirbeyli in the leading role. This propaganda film entitled Ayna reflected on the themes of patriotism and heroism and was dedicated to the ongoing World War II.
In 1956, Seyidzadeh directed one of the most famous and successful cinematographic pieces in the history of Azerbaijani movie industry. The film O olmasin, bu olsun (“If… read more