At the beginning of the 19th century, Germans from Europe and Germany moved to Azerbaijan. Their role in the history of Azerbaijan was outstanding. For example, while people were lighting a candle in Tsardom of Russia, Azerbaijanis were using electric lamps owing to Germans. Furthermore, they brought the first railway, asphalt, and telegraph to Azerbaijan as well. But during World War II 22841 Germans were exiled to Kazakhstan and Siberia. One of these families was the Shollers. Sholler gave his granddaughter who was 6 months old to an Azerbaijani family due to the harshness of conditions of exile. We-SSP Production has shot a feature movie about this girl’s life and German’s culture.
This movie is distinctive because this movie includes stories that have never been told before and demonstrates landscapes that have never been shot before.
Jalaladdin Gasimov (Azerbaijan).
After graduating from high school in 1984 he got accepted into State University of Management in Moscow and transferred into Moscow Automobile And Road Construction Institute in 1985. He served in military as a chief of confidential communication station (It was the most confidential communication station of USSR) in Nohra, Weimar, Germany during 1985-1987, and afterwards he pursued education in Baku State University. Furthermore, he graduated from International Law and Trade Academy in Kiev and Police Academy in Baku. He had been working as a deputy chief and chief in Khatai district Police department since 1997. Jalaladdin Gasimov is known as an author of 6 historical novels and producer-writer of movies, such as “Sholler's archive”, “Execution day”, "The first success of Nobel brothers", "Stalin's dark past". He is a member of Union of Azerbaijani Writers.