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Directed by Gürcan Keltek

Turkey 2018 34 mins In Turkish with subtitles

Keltek’s thrillingly oblique, unpredictable ghost story centers Fethiye Sessiz, a clairvoyant who recollects her story of survival through a particularly violent period in Turkey’s history.



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