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LUKS GLÜCK

by Ayse Polat

synopsis

An emigrated Turkish family in Germany wins together the jackpot of the lottery. While the parents immediately want to buy a hotel in Cappadocia to fulfill their dreams of returning home to Turkey, both of the two grown up sons, born in Germany, have completely different plans or none. Particularly the youngest son, Haluk called Luk, has no clue what to do with his part of the fortune. Tacitly his parents assume that he will contribute to the acquisition of the dazzling hotel in Cappadocia. Instead of that Luk, having never concluded anything serious in his life yet, starts impulsively to reflect himself, his life and his future, resulting in the heavy futility of a variety of his plans and some kind of happy depression, caused by unexpected wealth. To escape this dilemma Luk meets his former girl friend Gül, an occasional singer and beautiful girl, unhappy with her life...

original title: Luks Glück
country: Germany
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Ayse Polat
release date: DE 28/06/2012
screenplay: Ayse Polat
cast: Sinan Bengier, Helene Grass, Özgür Karadeniz, Serkan Kaya, Hanna Lütje, Sema Poyraz, Kida Khodr Ramadan, Linda Steinhoff, Aylin Tezel, Oliver Törner, René Vaziri, Maximilian Vollmar, Sumru Yavrucuk, Ali Yavuz, Oktay Çagla, Atilla Öner, Ufuk Öz
cinematography by: Patrick Orth
film editing: Marty Schenk
costumes designer: Monika Buttinger
producer: Christian Kux, Ayse Polat
production: Intervista Digital Media, PunktPunktPunkt Filmproduktion
distributor: Real Fiction Filmverleih
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