Bekir is in love with Ugur, who loves Zagor, who loves to commit crimes. Zagor is released from the jail. When the unfortunate incidents follow one another in a hot and suffocating summer night, Zagor kills someone. Ugur disappears the same night too. This murder is the messenger of the dark and hard days for Ugur’s young mother, her paralyzed father and her younger brother who lived under the protection of young and rich Cevat, whereas it is a hope for the salvation of Bekir. He gets married and starts a new life. —turkishfilmchannel.com
Zeki Demirkubuz was born in Isparta, Turkey, in 1964. After finishing secondary school at Gönen Teachers’ School in Isparta, he moved to Istanbul. He started high school in Istanbul, but dropped out after his first semester, going to work in factories and workshops instead. During those working class years, he engaged in leftist politics. Following the 1980 military coup he served a three-year sentence for his membership in a political organization. In prison, Demirkubuz developed a passionate interest in literature. He read the classics and started writing. Dostoyevsky and especially Crime and Punishment became a lasting inspiration in those years.
After his release, he worked as a hawker, traveling from one city to another in Anatolia. In order to postpone compulsory military service, Demirkubuz decided to go back to school. He finished high school through distance learning, and entered the Department of Communications at Istanbul University. He began his film career… read more
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