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A tobacco farmer tries to ruin his competitor's crops by diverting water to his property.

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Audience Reviews for Dry Summer

  • Jul 10, 2011
    The concept can be maximized to any country fighting for basic riches and supplies over another country, just like Bush and his barbaric war over oil. Moreover, the next international war will most certainly be for water. Susuz Yaz is a phenomenal masterpiece of Turkish cinema that treats the population's respect towards the traditions within family hierarchies even in the most irresponsible and unjust circumstances. You will rarely meet a lead character so hateful and repulsive. 99/100
    Edgar C Super Reviewer
  • Jul 20, 2009
    A Turkish farmer antagonises his neighbours and his younger brother by trying to monopolise the local water supply during a period of drought. I was a little disappointed with this. The argument over water rights, which takes up the first half of the movie, is (if you'll pardon the pun) shallow, repetitive and boring. There is some drama in the second half, but it pivots on such a colossal piece of gullibility that it's impossible to take seriously. As far as I'm concerned, anybody who confesses to a crime he didn't commit, trots docilely off to clink to serve his time and leaves the real culprit to "look after" his beautiful young wife, that sap deserves everything he gets, with interest. The film is very attractively photographed and has a good score. BE WARNED though: it does contain some senseless and unpleasant animal cruelty.
    Stephen M Super Reviewer

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