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BEYOND THE HILL

by Emin Alper

synopsis

It’s a summer day and a retired forester Faik is receiving visitors at his country home. His son Nusret has come to visit with Faik’s two grandsons Caner and Zafer. Despite the summer setting however, the mood remains oddly muted. Faik is having problems with the local nomads and is constantly on his guard. This small group is completed by the family of Mehmet and Meryem and brings together different temperaments and social classes. But conflicts are avoided: it’s all someone else’s fault, that of the nomads, who remain an invisible foe.

international title: Beyond the Hill
original title: Tepenin Ardi
country: Turkey, Greece
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Emin Alper
film run: 94'
release date: DE 15/11/2012, FR 10/04/2013
screenplay: Emin Alper
cast: Tamer Levent, Reha Özcan, Mehmet Özgür, Berk Hakman, Banu Fotocan, Furkan Berk Kiran, Sercan Gümüs, Sevval Kus
cinematography by: George Chiper-Lillemark
film editing: Özcan Vardar
art director: Ismail Durmaz
music: Volkan Akmehmet, Inanc Sanver
producer: Enis Köstepen, Seyfi Teoman
production: 2/35, Bulut Film (TR)
distributor: Arsenal Filmverleih, Memento Films Distribution
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