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(17171) 8.1 188 min 2018

Ahlat Agaci is a movie starring Dogu Demirkol, Murat Cemcir, and Bennu Yildirimlar. An unpublished writer returns to his hometown after graduating, where he seeks sponsors to publish his book while dealing with his father's...

Starring
Hazar Ergüçlü, Murat Cemcir, Bennu Yildirimlar, Dogu Demirkol
Genres
Drama
Director
Nuri Bilge Ceylan

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Writer Ebru Ceylan, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Akin Aksu
Stars Hazar Ergüçlü, Murat Cemcir, Bennu Yildirimlar, Dogu Demirkol
Country Turkey, Sweden, Bulgaria, Germany, Republic of North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France
Also Known As El peral salvaje, Det ville pæretreet, 読まれなかった小説, A Árvore dos Frutos Selvagens, El peral silvestre, Cây Lê Dại, A vadkörtefa, Etz ha'Aggas ha'Pra'ee, Drvo divlje kruške, Det vildväxande päronträdet, Sub umbra părului sălbatic, El árbol de peras salvajes, Laukine kriauše, Η άγρια αχλαδιά, Det vilde pæretræ, A Pereira Brava, El árbol de peras silvestres, Le poirier sauvage, Dzika grusza, L'albero dei frutti selvatici, The Wild Pear Tree
Runtime 3H 8M
Description An unpublished writer returns to his hometown after graduating, where he seeks sponsors to publish his book while dealing with his father's deteriorating indulgence into gambling.

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Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 14:56

It is impossible to imagine what would be going through a man's mind when he is placed in such a situation. There is always a feeling of a race against time, a sense that he is going to die soon. This film is a masterpiece of its type. It depicts the daily life of a family in a rural part of the province of Karaganda, which is situated in the area of the former Yugoslavia. The house is one of the most opulent houses in the country, with three bedrooms, a large dining room, a long, spacious hallway, and a small kitchen. It also has a long, shaded garden. There is also a balcony that looks over the garden, and there are several layers of fenced-in land. The house is the center of the family, and they are always busy with the domestic tasks of preparing the dinner, cleaning the house, tending to the garden, tending to the livestock, and preparing for the birth of the child. This film portrays a simple, everyday family living in this world of greed, vanity, and individualism. We see how the family falls apart, and we also see how their life is threatened. I saw this film at a film festival, and I cannot understand why I did not have the chance to see it before. The film is breathtaking, because the director chose to make the whole family consist of seven sisters, and each of them brings different attributes to the film. Some are the most aggressive, some the most humble, some are the most nurturing. Some are women who are fighting to survive, some are carrying babies. Some are women who are struggling to raise their children. Some are being abused and beaten by their husbands. Some are very well educated, some are illiterate. The film is very fascinating. It is very well done, and very moving. You have to be a fan of director Vlado Vlachos to appreciate this film.
Monday, 03 Aug 2020 12:33

Director Saira Kassam's remarkable debut film "A Very Long Engagement" is not only the debut film of its writer/producer/star Naveen Andrews, but the first film ever to be screened in India on the world wide stage. It was also the debut film of renowned Indian director Saira Kassam who, prior to this film, had made the very successful "The Most Hated Woman in India", the two films having been nominated for awards at various international film festivals. I personally find "A Very Long Engagement" to be a much more interesting film than her first film. It is a slow paced and subdued film that is extremely well shot and directed. I can think of no more appropriate words to describe it, it is unique and it is a must see. "A Very Long Engagement" was originally filmed in Kerala, India. It is a film shot on location in various parts of the country. There are also shots taken in parts of Scotland and Iceland. The film is based on the true story of the actress Naveen Andrews, who was brutally raped and murdered by a taxi driver in New York City in 2003. The film shows the aftermath of the attack, showing the poor response of the police to the attack, and the reactions of the victim's friends, family, and the police. The film also shows the psychological impact the attack has on the victim's friends, family, and the police. The film is beautifully shot with a strong sound track, composed by the amazing French band the Black Eyed Peas. This film is definitely not for the squeamish, or the weak hearted, as there is some graphic violence throughout. I do not think I have ever heard such a strong sound track, in my entire life. "A Very Long Engagement" is a movie that you can watch many times over and over. It is not only a very thought provoking film, but a very moving one as well. I highly recommend this film to all audiences, and the people who love film and history.


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