Süsen lives in a troubled family, after they move to Izmir, her father left the home and she effected by all. She sail to a new life with her childhood love, Yusuf. But the marriage will not be an exit for her.
Here are the episodes with title names and directors. "Bulusma" (Meeting) by Ömer Kavur... "Monte Kristo" by Irfan Tözüm... "Çünkü Onu Seviyorum" (Because I Love Her) by Yusuf Kurçenli... "... See full summary »
A urban Turkish teacher is transferred for political reasons to a backward Kurdish village in the mountains near the Iranian border. He is welcomed with distrust, but during that harsh year the mutual cultural misunderstandings fade away.
Centers on a passionate and complicated love story that connects three small-town people trying to survive solely on their labor. Aydanur is a young woman living in Anatolia who wants to ... See full summary »
In the last years of the Ottoman Empire, a poor little Anatolian town named Saripinar is hit by a minor earthquake which has neither destroyed nor left it with many casualties. However, a ... See full summary »
Erden Kiral holds an important place in the history of Turkish cinema.Some of his outstanding films include The Blue Exile,A Season in Hakkari and Mirror.Yolda is a perfect film for all those for whom Turkish cinema,Yilmaz Guney and Erden Kiral matter a lot.By making Yolda,Erden Kiral has paid his tributes to one of the greatest cinema artists of Turkish cinema:Yilmaz Guney.His film is about a few days which were spent by him in the company of Yilmaz Guney.The theme of this film is simple.Any artist must not be considered a people's artist unless he/she is not able to command absolute respect from common folks.In one of the most memorable scenes of this film Erden Kiral shows the ecstasy and joys on the faces of ordinary people attending a marriage function when they get a chance to meet Yilmaz Guney at an obscure motel.Films about great personalities are not always free of glitches.Yolda has few week spots too.Its biggest problem is that it is neither a biography nor it appears as a film supporting Yilmaz Guney's fight against Turkish authorities.
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