i had a kind of mixed expectation before sitting to watch this documentary. i know that, haschisch has a part in eastern cultures. i have heard that here in turkey, people honor their guest by offering them "chocolate". the only normal dialog of the audience takes place between the non smokers; namely the father, the son. the father has prevented his son from smoking haschisch and the son seems to have benefited from it by attending a good school. he is ambitious and found his way to escape via education and employment as an electronic engineer. escaping is the keyword. throughout the film, the act of escaping is portrayed; some smoke, some illegally pass travel to other countries, some try to marry European woman etc. director of this documentary has chosen a meaningful path for filming haschisch escapes. with the mind of a smoker, all the long shots of landscape, all these nonsense dialogs between workers makes a sense in someway. a film about haschisch should be a film like haschisch.
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