'White Whale', is the wholehearted story of two young boys, Ali and Vahap, whose paths have crossed in a solitary village in Anatolia during the 80's. Ali's father was a sailor and has ...
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In his award-winning debut feature film, director Ahmet Ulucay portrays the innocence of childhood and the lure of the cinema for two teens in a small Turkish village. Working for a ... See full summary »
After a series of lies and misunderstandings, Aykut, a straightforward craftsmen, finds himself in the middle of wedding plans with Gulsah, an insurance broker. The problem is that Aykut is... See full summary »
The Mongolian people from long ago have had a tradition of three cultural games that have always been around during the time of festivities. Mongolian wrestling, racing horses and archery ... See full summary »
When an ostrich-rancher focuses on replacing his daughter's hearing aid, which breaks right before crucial exams, everything changes for a struggling rural family in Iran. Karim motorbikes ... See full summary »
Mohammad Amir Naji,
The story of a game managed by artificial intelligence, which will fall as a bomb to the sector, actually has a different meaning for Asli and her father. This work, designed with a ... See full summary »
After Susan is tragically widowed, she can no longer care for Nikki, her delinquent daughter. Nikki is sent to live with her brother Billy, and the two begin forging a healthy bond until her mental troubles persist.
Abdullah and Cripple Ziya are gun dealers in the Bozkir district of Konya. They put honesty, honor, and dignity before anything else. Even though Abdullah and Cripple Ziya have opposite ... See full synopsis »
'White Whale', is the wholehearted story of two young boys, Ali and Vahap, whose paths have crossed in a solitary village in Anatolia during the 80's. Ali's father was a sailor and has passed away in a marine accident a while ago. His mother introduces Ali to one of the most spirited literary works in World history, 'Moby Dick', and Ali becomes fascinated by the story. Is Captain Ahab chasing the White Whale out of grudge and obstinacy or will he be able to overcome his cruel enemy at the end of the novel?