Director: Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Release Date: 23 September 2011
Writers: Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Ebru Ceylan, and 1 more credit
Stars: Muhammet Uzuner, Yilmaz Erdogan and Taner Birsel
In Once Upon a Time in Anatolia, infidelity involves represent the best, most irrevocable variety of betrayal, the foremost persuasive case for one person’s essential remoteness from another, still as a fault line between the sexes (2006’s Climates explored similar terrain, coolly anatomizing the aftermath of a breakup). this is often only 1 of the many irreconcilable binaries in Ceylan’s films: urban/rural, parents/children, movement/stasis. His characters are a lot of typically than not caught within the middle of a protracted method of disillusionment, a long, slow loss of religion within the concept that they will type meaningful or lasting associations even with lovers or family, or that they will escape on a moment’s notice from the lives they’ve created for themselves.