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Consequences (2014)
Silsile (original title)
Fiction, 106 min
 
Production country   Turkey
Language   Turkish
Director   Ozan Aciktan
Scriptwriters   Ozan Aciktan, Faruk Ozerten
Producer   Necati Akpinar
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crime, dra, thriller
 
   
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Plot
On a hot summer night; Ece goes to Cenk’s place. It feels like they have missed each other for so long. Suddenly a thief appears at the house – Kılıç a 14 years old boy, somehow escapes from the apartment. A moment later another thief appears from the darkness. Ece defends herself and hits him with something heavy. Tayfun collapses on the floor, full of blood.

Cenk claims to take care of everything and sends Ece away and calls his best friend Faruk. Faruk and his lawyer Merve arrives. Apparently Faruk and Ece are engaged to be married. Faruk and Cenk are partners in a big consortium. Cenk graduated very recently and came back from the US very same day to work on this project. Kılıç chases Ece and forces her in the car as he couldn’t have any news from his brother Tayfun. From this point on a chain of events start rolling one after another where we witness complex urban relations, deep wounds and fragile lives of our characters; and its consequences which will change Cenk, Faruk and Ece life forever.
Director's Statement
I guess this film is a compass–one that shows the simple dilemmas that we are faced with when taking a decision or an action. On one side are decisions that we take when we have to choose between ‘us or them.’ On the other, are decisions that we take when we have to choose between our mind or our heart. As it is, the heart of this filmbeats on those ‘decisions’ and ‘moments’ when the compass shows the way to go.
 
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