After making its worldwide premiere at the fifth Scandinavian International Film Festival (SCIFF), “Bir Düş Gördüm” (“In My Dream”), the primary feature-length movie by Turkish director Murat Çeri, continues its pageant journey world wide. The movie was lately awarded at the sixth BangkokThai International Film Festival.
“Bir Düş Gördüm,” which options the desires of a 9-year-old youngster affected by reminiscence loss after a highway accident, gained the award for Best Cinematography.
Earlier, it acquired two extra awards at the SCIFF and is at present competing at the 44th Sao Polo Film Festival. It may even attend the GILAK International Film Festival in Iran, Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) within the United States and Dhaka International Film Festival in Bangladesh, within the upcoming months.
A coproduction of Turkish state broadcaster TRT, “Bir Düş Gördüm” stars Nevzat Yılmaz, Harun Reha Pakoğlu, Ferda Işıl, İsmail Hakkı, Nurdan Albamya, Mustafa Halazaroğlu, Emin Yalçın, Fatih Dokgöz, İsmail Kavrakoğlu, Furkan Aydın Çelik, Muhammed Emir Balcı, Muhammed Yakup Baybars and Yusuf Ekinci. Durmuş Sorkut is the director of pictures, and the costumes have been designed by Ebru Tunçoktay.
The movie elaborates on what little Tarık goes via after a automotive accident. While he loses his father within the accident, his mom lapses right into a coma, and he himself suffers reminiscence loss. His connection to his previous is simply in regards to the symbolic desires he sees. After the accident, Tarık goes to his grandfather within the village and makes use of this new life, desires and what he experiences there as a way of clutching onto life. In the meantime, Tarık exerts himself to conserving an orphan donkey foal alive.