Cemal, Kenan, and Suzi are siblings who have grown apart since leaving Hasanlar, the tiny village where they grew up, and going their separate ways. When an unexpected call from their estranged father demands they return to the village immediately, Cemal, the eldest, is tasked with reuniting the family and convincing his brother and sister to take a road trip back to the places and memories they have been working so hard to forget. As they try to piece their dysfunctional family back together and confront their shared past, they’ll have to contend with each other’s peculiarities and get to know one another all over again, even as the strangest elements of all await them in the village.

Grand Jury Prize - World Cinema Dramatic at Sundance | Special Jury Prize and Best actor in Istanbul | Audience Award in Thessaloniki
Spanish premiere
Eligible for: Premi del públic

Tolga Karaçelik

Tolga Karaçelik

(Istanbul, 1981) He directed two feature films and several award winning shorts. His debut film Toll Booth (2010) screened on festivals around the world winning 13 awards including best first film, best actor and best cinematography at Turkey’s important film festival Golden Orange. His second film Ivy (2015) premiered in Sundance and was shown at more than 30 festivals so far.


Butterflies (2018), Ivy (2015), Rapunzel (curt, 2010), Toll Booth (2010)


Radu Muntean

One of the most outstanding directors of the new wave of Romanian cinema films here an intense moral drama that explores the affective shock between a mother and her adopted daughter.


Mikhaël Hers

Vincent Lacoste offers one of the best performances of his career with this emotional drama about mourning and France hit by violence, far from all sentimentality. An essential film.


Federico Veiroj

The most refined film of the Uruguayan director, endowed with a strange and hallucinated humor, capable of being misanthropic and at the same time humanist. A film about masculinities in crisis with a great authorial duel.