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An absorbing portrait of the city that bridges Europe and Asia and continues the themes raised in Akin’s Head-On by challenging notions of east and west.
2005 | Winner: Canvas Audience Award
I don't have words for this movie, the atmosphere of this city, the souls tha live there and the music: too far beautiful to put into simple words. Just watch it
Surprising, amazing, intimate. This film is remarkable not only because of the inner beauty of its quest, but because of the detailed and polished level of its cinematography. Bravo.
Extraordinary. Quite likely the most _musical_ music documentaries I've ever seen. And, in its admirably non-linear way, very educational. (The soundtrack album is downloading from iTunes as I write this).
This is what i'm talking about! The last bit with Sezen Aksu and the photomontage had the right amount of nostalgia and sentimentality to make a little tear drop.
I love Istanbul
and Alexander Hacke (bass player in Einstürzende Neubauten) :)
this film made me nostalgic for a city i've never been to