In a poor neighbourhood of Istanbul, a young homeless girl has been found dead. Six people from the neighbourhood are being interrogated. While the police camera is recording, these six witnesses find themselves caught in manipulation and abuse, forcing them to give away their innermost secrets.
In his directorial debut, Ümit Ünal navigates the murky waters of collective guilt and the challenges faced by the marginalized, drawing inspiration from Kurosawa’s Rashomon. With a deft touch, Ünal invites profound reflection on the fissures of society, confronting us with our own prejudices.
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Gus Van Sant, 2007, United States
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