Cyprus 1974. A Cypriot family flees advancing Turkish forces and takes refuge in an abandoned Ottoman-era palace. When a young Turkish Cypriot conscript comes face to face with the family in hiding, he is forced to confront the harsh reality of war and his role in it. Written by
Did You Know?
The opening scenes were shot near the Archbishop's Palace - a religious, national and political monument in the heart of Lefkosia that is closely associated with modern Cypriot history. This was the scene of much of the fighting during the struggle for independence from British rule in 1956, as well as during the 1974 military coup and subsequent Turkish invasion of the North. See more
Sergeant Karem Akalin
Does this look like a fucking stage to you? Do you see any red curtains dangling here? We are not performing here. This is it. This is where art ends and real life begins. Kill him.
FRIDAY ON MY MIND
Composed by Harry Vanda
and George Young
© 1966 J. Albert & Son Pty Limited, © 1966 Albert Productions
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