The story is too vague and episodic, though it is told with sincerity and passion.
| Original Score: 2/5
It all goes to prove what Thomas Wolfe claimed in the title of his 1940 novel: You Can't Go Home Again.
More of a thoughtful meditation than a narrative feature, this meandering Turkish odyssey is packed with profound issues rather than well-defined characters or plot.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
Pretty slow going but packs a punch in the end.
An exercise in technique - but not much else.
Inertia all the way through.
The scenery is suitably magnificent, but this well-meaning film scarcely says enough to fill its 75-minute running time.
A measured, painterly debut.
| Original Score: 3/5
There's a quiet power in the mood of loss and loneliness, while the landscape lensing is little short of stunning.