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In an undefined near future, Professor Erol Erin, a seed geneticist, lives in a city protected from multi-ethnic immigrants by magnetic walls. For unknown reasons, the city’s agricultural plantations have been hit by a genetic crisis. In a meeting at the headquarters of Novus Vita, the corporation that employs him, Erol hears about Cemil Akman, a fellow geneticist who wrote a thesis about the recurrent crises affecting genetically modified seeds. Erol sets out on a journey to find him – a journey that will change everything Erol knew.

Country:
Turkey, Germany, France, Sweden, Qatar, 2017
Group:
Focus Europe
Duration:
123’
Director:
Semih Kaplanoğlu
Screenplay:
Semih Kaplanoğlu, Leyla İpekçi
Cast:
Jean-Marc Barr, Ermin Bravo, Grigoriy Dobrygin, Cristina Flutur
Festivals:
2017 Sarajevo / Sarajevo Film Festival
Filmography:
2017 Buğday / Grain / Zrno
2010 Bal / Honey / Med
2008 Süt / Milk / Mleko
2007 Yumurta / Egg / Jaje
2004 Meleğin düşüşü / Angel’s Fall
2000 Herkes kendi evinde / Away From Home
Cinematography:
Giles Nuttgens 
Editing:
Semih Kaplanoğlu, Osman Bayraktaroğlu, Ayhan Ergürsel 
Music:
Mustafa Biber
Producer:
Semih Kaplanoğlu, Nadir Operli 
Production:
Kaplan Film Poduction 
Distributer:
MCF MegaCom Film

Showing

01Mar

Time: 18:00
Price: 400 RSD
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02Mar

Time: 17:00
Price: 300 RSD
Fontana

03Mar

Time: 18:30
Price: 300 RSD
Muzej jugoslovenske kinoteke

04Mar

Time: 17:30
Price: 390 RSD
Dom omladine

Semih Kaplanoğlu (1963) is a Turkish screenwriter, film director and producer. He worked for a couple of years as a copywriter for advertising companies. He switched over to cinema in 1986 to become an assistant cameraman for two award-winning documentary films. Kaplanoglu’s debut was feature Away From Home. His second feature Angel’s Fall was also very successiful. Between 2005 and 2010 he produced and directed the Yusuf Trilogy, which got many awards at festivals abroad. The Honey, the third part, won the Golden Bear Award in 60th Berlinale IFF. 

… Kaplanoglu also pays overt visual and thematic homage here to Russian maestro Andrei Tarkovsky’s dystopian sci-fi classic, Stalker. 

Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter

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