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In a Turkish village, three siblings who neither know each other nor anything about their late father, wait to bury his body. As they start to find out more about their father and each other, they also start to learn more about themselves.
Djam, a Greek girl, is sent to Istanbul on a mission to find a motor-boat part of her uncle, a former sailor and great fan of the Greek musical style rebetiko. In the city, she meets Avril, a French woman who works as a volunteer with refugees but who has run out of money and not known in Turkey. Generous, fearless and unpredictable, Djam leaves with Avril to Mytilene - a journey of music and encounters.Written by
Rodrigo Gonçalves Winther
"Sadness remind us the important of happiness in our life. Sadness also give us the opportunity to ask for change and provide a better way of living" He transferred the Turkish and Greek similarities very well. Congratulations. I've seen good acting. I really liked this movie.
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