Yol (The Way) (1982)
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The result is not merely a document against the military government of Turkey. It is an intensely human story of three lives entangled in tradition and vengeance.
Güney is a firebrand of his country's intellectual left. His films -- slow, ruminative, defiantly indigenous -- smolder with an ideologue's indignation and a poet's ironic compassion.
The film's poetry, its combination of sound and image especially, has an unconscious innocence no longer available to most European and American narratives.
A film whose political and ethnic concerns are likely to be equated -- wrongly -- with cinematic achievement.
Each time a sequence approaches cinematic life, it's flattened by the appearance of a thesis.
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