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Climates- A Master Piece- The Times, Eceptional-The Evening Standard- film Club

A Bit Like The Film Clean, I am really looking forward to this one, All Our World Cinema Films Come With Sub- Titles

It won The Crtics Award At Cannes In 2006, The Guardian Who Are Normally Spot On When It Comes To Amazing Movies Sayes It'S Suberb The Directer Is Making Waves In Europe As One Of The Great Film Makers In Europe, Time Out Called' It The Best Movie Of 2006'


Poster Directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan Written by Nuri Bilge Ceylan Starring Ebru Ceylan
Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Nazan Kırılmış Distributed by Pyramide Release date(s) 2006 Country Turkey Language Turkish

Climates (Turkish: İklimler) is a 2006 Turkish drama film directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan. The film charts the deteriorating relationship between a professional Istanbul couple, İsa and Bahar, played by Ceylan and his wife Ebru Ceylan. It was Ceylan's first film shot on High-definition video.

Contents [edit] Plot

The film starts on a summer holiday in Kaş, where the couple are barely talking. İsa is taking pictures of ancient monuments for a perpetually unfinished thesis for the university class he teaches; Bahar watches. At the beach she falls asleep and dreams that he is smothering her in sand. After rehearsing his speech while Bahar is swimming, Isa tells her that he wants to break up. While riding back to the city on a motorbike she suddenly covers his eyes with her hands, which causes the bike to crash, although both of them avoid serious injury. The couple go their separate ways and Bahar tells him not to call.

As fall follows summer, back in Istanbul, İsa makes contact again with a woman, Serap, with whom he cheated on Bahar before and who is in a relationship with an acquaintance of his. Winter arrives and İsa dreams of a holiday in the sun, but instead flies to Ağrı, the snowy eastern province of Turkey, where Bahar is working as an art director filming a TV series on location. He tries to win her back, but she rejects his advances. Later, she comes to his hotel room and stays overnight, but in the morning he flies off alone.

[edit] Cast

  • Ebru Ceylan as Bahar
  • Nuri Bilge Ceylan as İsa
  • Nazan Kırılmış as Serap
  • Mehmet Eryılmaz as Mehmet
  • Arif Aşçı as Arif
  • Can Özbatur as Güven

[edit] Technique

The film features long takes of head shots, and poetic landscapes.

[edit] Reception

The film was nominated for the Golden Palm at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival,[1] and won the FIPRESCI Award there. Critic Michael Phillips chose the film as the best film of the year and as the third best film of the decade[2]

The Husband's Character In The Film Is Very Selfish And Mainly Thinks About himself, His commnunation skills rough around the edges he doesn't inspire the best from his wife, will she have the courage to let go and move on, in the end she finds her strenth to stop taking the crap .

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  • Maire M.

    The film was great. It was atmospheric and moody. Maybe Leonard Cohen fans would enjoy it.

    February 6, 2013

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