A man and a woman seeking refuge from the world: Nihat at a remote forest fire tower, Seher in her room at a rural bus station. When their lives collide, each now has to fight their battle of conscience before the other.
A man and a woman seeking refuge from the world: Nihat at a remote forest fire tower, Seher in her room at a rural bus station. Hiding away from others and fighting their battle of conscience alone, they get caught by each other. Once their lives collide, they have to fight the battle before each other.
This is one of the rare films that has many levels. Rather than give obvious clues to the character development and motivation, this film lets the viewer work at discerning the motives behind the characters' actions. There is little dialogue and not much action, yet the film is compelling and never slow. It is one that leaves you thinking about it long after. In particular, I wondered how culture, gender, class or individual experiences instigated the plot line.
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