Ali and Zuhal take their first step into this big world committing a crime and it becomes impossible for them to live among people. A boy and a girl that were thrown out of the civilized ... See full summary »
Jin, a guerrilla, lives in a cave and decides to escape from the organization. She finds some civilian clothes and goes down from the mountain to the city. However, the city is no safer than the mountain.
In an apartment building where neighbors, friends, and family are living in close quarters, three male protagonists encounter three phases of manhood in Turkish society. Directors Reha ... See full summary »
A strange man with otherworldly talents becomes both a friend and a pariah in a small Turkish town in this drama from writer and director Reha Erdem. Yahya is nearly in a panic when his ... See full summary »
A small, poor village leaning over high rocky mountains, facing the immense sea, flanked by olive yards. Villagers are simple and diligent people who struggle to cope with a harsh nature. ... See full summary »
Hayat, her father and bedridden grandfather live in a riverside shack near the dangerously dark but breathtakingly beautiful waters of the Bosphorus. Hayat's father owns a small boat that ... See full summary »
I think it's an amazing movie in terms of the cinematography and storyline. All the scenes are beautiful to look at and it has a very interesting script; but somehow the atmosphere didn't settle. The religious connections didn't make a meaning and the amount of physcological content you need to deep dive to was too much for me. Overall I found it not up to par with the other Reha Erdem films. Still a good watch, but a difficult watch too. This still adds up to the good track record of Reha Erdem, who is one of the best Turkish auteur film makers. And one last line for amazon, please remove the 10line criteria in reviews. Thanks
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