Rina is a metaphor born of the solitude of the island and of man alone. As long as we live to reach our dreams in the film, we are questioning what we do. We can have a lot of material ...
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Zeynep Tugçe Bayat
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Rina is a metaphor born of the solitude of the island and of man alone. As long as we live to reach our dreams in the film, we are questioning what we do. We can have a lot of material things like home, car, career in life, but when we look at the result, we have left a big life behind and we can not do what we want, we can not make our dreams come true. Rina is questioning how much sacrifice people make for their dreams and desires.Written by
Lots of things can said about middle east. You can say it is under siege with Islamic terrorism or you can say it just disturbed you. This film shows the real Turkey with no add-ons. In ottoman empire we live with our Christian, Jewish brothers 600 years. You can see us on TV bunch of Islamic terrorist but in Turkey there is a LARGE population of other believers and other systems. The important part is we are all human and full of love. So like this film. If you know us like woman with black dresses and full of bad imams. NO 95 percent of our women is opened free and hold their destiny. Of course they work, study ex. But lots of my international friends don't believe it. I can say that come Turkey see by yourself. Maybe you re right about Saudi Arabia, Iran ex but no YOU CANNOT SAY WE ARE THAT KIND OF CULTURE JUST Because OF WE ARE ON MIDDLEEAST.Find the film see by yourself. Its about a real Turkish village and our brothers Greek's, Rums,Kurd's. World is a painful area but we can change it with our love From Istanbul(Costantinapolis)
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