Nagorno-Karabakh war: Between hunger and fire: Power at the expense of lives

Posted on April 21, 2016

Nagorno-Karabakh war documentary (1991-1992): The two-series documentary film is about tragic events which took place in Karabakh between November 1991 and February 1992. The research group, composed of historians, retired politicians and investigative journalists, presents compelling evidence about that period, sheds a new light on the blockade of Stepanakert, as well as on activities of the political elite of Azerbaijan which let the tragic events of Khojaly (now Ivanyan) happen. The archival materials, assembled during the investigation, questions a range of traditional speculations and manipulations by Azerbaijani government, the media and 'expert community'.
Overall, the film shows how the Aliyev regime, step-by-step, toppled political opponents and seized the power in Azerbaijan and has been ruling the country for two decades now, silencing all the courageous individuals that dared to tell the truth about the incidents in Khojaly village and around Aghdam region.