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Director  Vahid Mustafayev
Music director  Yashar Bakhish
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Country  Azerbaijan
8.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Screenplay  Vahid Mustafayev
Writer  Vahid Mustafayev
Language  English Azerbaijani
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Release date  23 February 2012 (2012-02-23)
Initial release  February 23, 2012 (Azerbaijan)
Cast  Nigar Bahadir qizi, Azer Aydemir, Telman Aliyev
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Xoja (Azerbaijani: Xoca) is a 2012 Azerbaijani drama film directed, written, and co-produced by Vahid Mustafayev based loosely on the Khojaly Massacre during the Nagorno-Karabakh War. The film stars Ilgar Musayev, Nigar Bahadirqizi and Telman Aliyev.

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Background and structure

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The neo-expressionist feature film is based on the story of a young, soon to be married Azerbaijani couple Aliakbar (Ilgar Musayev) and Gunel (Nigar Bahadirqizi), which unfolds against a fictional backdrop of Khojaly Massacre.

Cast

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  • Ilgar Musayev as Aliakbar
  • Nigar Bahadirqizi as Gunel
  • Telman Aliyev as Gunel's father
  • Najiba Huseynova as Gunel's mother
  • Azer Aydemir as Yura Cherniy
  • Mina Sovetskaya as Mehriban
  • Release

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    The British release of Xoca was on 24 February 2013 and were shown in London's The Princess Anne Theatre.

    Accolades

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    Xoca won several awards. At the 2012 Cairo International Film Festival, it was named best international drama of the year.

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    The movie were featured in various international film festivals, including at International Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival and Fajr International Film Festival. The movie were submitted to Yerevan International Film Festival, but jury's declined to accept it.

    References

    Xoca Wikipedia
    Xoca IMDb


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