Jealousy games played in the family cause a great tragedy, as a result of which, Ertan, the householder, commits suicide. Trying to be rushed out to the hospital, Ertan vaguely sees people and hears voices, which take him to an intriguing journey in his subconscious. During this journey, Ertan comes across both his regrets and the family members he's lost due to his arrogance. However, in order to recognize them and understand all they did, Ertan needs to solve many riddles and before his soul can rest in peace, he needs to face himself. —Aida Habibzadeh
A must see!
An excitingly jumpy, finely calibrated psychological-thriller about a father caught in limbo at an Antique Shop. The director Aclan Bates goes from zero to 100 in the blink of an eye. You never learn why or how this man came to this Antique Shop until the story unfolds. Then you wonder if being lost in a dreamlike state explains numbness and confusion of this man and his intriguing journey. His flashbacks and the other characters explain his reserve, but it's also a good guess that his painful memories were honed in that shop. Aclan Bates runs away with " ANTIKACI" in which his story every emotional, psychological and physical hurdle makes for kinetic cinema.
- Sep 24, 2015
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