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Ali Hamroyev est un Réalisateur et Ecrivain né le 19 mai 1937 à Tachkent

Ali Hamroyev

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Nom de naissance Ali Ergashevich Hamroyev
Naissance 19 mai 1937 (84 ans) à Tachkent

Ali Hamroyev (sometimes spelled Ali Khamrayev in English) (Uzbek: Ali Hamroyev, Али Ҳамроев; Russian: Али Хамраев) (born May 19, 1937) is an Uzbek actor, film director, screenwriter, and film producer. He is best known in the former Soviet Union for his works in the 1960s and 1970s.

To date, Hamroyev has made over 30 documentary and over 20 feature films. His most famous films include Yor-yor (1964), The Seventh Bullet (1972), The Bodyguard (1979), and Vuodillik kelin (1984). Hamroyev has received many honorary titles and awards, including the title Meritorious Artist of Uzbekistan (1969).
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Filmographie de Ali Hamroyev (3 films)

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Réalisateur

The Bodyguard, 1h30
Réalisé par Ali Hamroyev
Genres Action, Western
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Alexandre Kaïdanovski, Anatoli Solonitsyne, Nikolai Grinko
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The setting is Central Asia during the Russian civil war. In the post-revolutionary twenties, when the power in European Russia was (officially) "fully in the hands of the workers and peasants", but the fight against the Basmachi rebels was in full swing. (The same conflict turns up in White Sun of the Desert). When a Red Army detachment captures Sultan Mazar, the brains behind the Bazmachi contingent, a decision is made to escort urgently the prisoner to the Bukhara province. The difficult mission is entrusted to a grizzled mountain trapper and conscientious revolutionary called Mirzo. His expertise is essential to traverse the precarious paths and steep mountain ridges along the way, impossible terrain for the inexperienced. A group consisting of Mirzo, his brother Kova, the Sultan, his daughter Zaranghis and slave Saifulla set off on this journey, pursued doggedly along the way by Fattobeck, the ruthless new head of the Basmachis. They are forced to fight on the mountain ridges as well as negotiate the natural dangers and harsh elements.
Sedmaya pulya, 1h24
Réalisé par Ali Hamroyev
Genres Guerre, Aventure, Western
Acteurs Souïmenkoul Tchokmorov, Talgat Nigmatulin
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In the same tradition as The White Sun of the Desert and The Bodyguard, The Seventh Bullet is set after the Russian Civil War which ended in the 1920s when Soviet power established itself in Central Asia in the wake of the Basmachi rebellion. Despite this slight shift in emphasis and a post-war setting, The Seventh Bullet is closer to a typical war film than other Red Westerns because of a prominence of tactical resourcefulness in the development of the plot. Although of course this is a staple of many American Westerns from John Ford's cavalry series to the many Apache war films.
Где ты, моя Зульфия?, 1h10
Réalisé par Ali Hamroyev
Genres Drame, Comédie, Musical
Thèmes Musique
Acteurs Shukur Burkhanov

Baxtiyor (played by Baxtiyor Ixtiyorov) falls in love with a girl (Zulfiya) he sees on TV. Deciding to find her, Baxtiyor travels across the Uzbek SSR with his father. They meet many different people and experience both funny and sad adventures, but do not find Zulfiya. Upon returning to Tashkent, Baxtiyor and his family move to a new flat from their old house which was located in an old part of the city. In the closing scene, Baxtiyor finds out that he and Zulfiya are neighbors in the new apartment block.

Scénariste

The Bodyguard, 1h30
Réalisé par Ali Hamroyev
Genres Action, Western
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Alexandre Kaïdanovski, Anatoli Solonitsyne, Nikolai Grinko
Rôle Ecrivain
Note64% 3.2446653.2446653.2446653.2446653.244665
The setting is Central Asia during the Russian civil war. In the post-revolutionary twenties, when the power in European Russia was (officially) "fully in the hands of the workers and peasants", but the fight against the Basmachi rebels was in full swing. (The same conflict turns up in White Sun of the Desert). When a Red Army detachment captures Sultan Mazar, the brains behind the Bazmachi contingent, a decision is made to escort urgently the prisoner to the Bukhara province. The difficult mission is entrusted to a grizzled mountain trapper and conscientious revolutionary called Mirzo. His expertise is essential to traverse the precarious paths and steep mountain ridges along the way, impossible terrain for the inexperienced. A group consisting of Mirzo, his brother Kova, the Sultan, his daughter Zaranghis and slave Saifulla set off on this journey, pursued doggedly along the way by Fattobeck, the ruthless new head of the Basmachis. They are forced to fight on the mountain ridges as well as negotiate the natural dangers and harsh elements.