In 1957, four villagers from the Erzincan province of eastern Turkey undertake a trip to the moon.
Behiye lives in a poor, depressing, almost uninhabitable neighbourhood, while Handan enjoys a posh, upper-middle-class life in Istanbul. When they meet, they discover they have a common need and a shared goal.
This film represents a retrospective of Kutlug Ataman’s artistic output and elucidates his work in his own words and those of curators, art institution directors, art historians and critics who became familiar witch his work through close collaboration. The film also includes the excerpts from the artworks and the installation footage of their realizations.
As Eastern Anatolian village tradition requires, 27 year old Medine must serve roasted lamb at her five year old son Mert’s circumcision feast. Poor but determined, Medine puts the family to work to earn something towards the price of the sheep they need. Envious of the attention Mert gets, his elder sister Vicdan makes Mert believe that if a sheep is not found he will be slaughtered instead.
|(TR) Yönetmen:||(TR) Kutluğ Ataman|
|(TR) Senaryo:||(TR) Kutluğ Ataman|
|(TR) Yapımcılar:||(TR) Kutluğ Ataman Fabian Gasmia Henning Kamm|
|(TR) Yapım:||(TR) Witch|
|(TR) Ortak Yapım Şirketi:||(TR) Detail Film|
|(TR) İsmi:||(TR) Kuzu|
|(TR) İngilizce İsmi:||(TR) The Lamb|
|(TR) Çekim Formatı:||(TR) HD Digital|
|(TR) Renk:||(TR) Renkli|
|(TR) Süre:||(TR) 85 dk.|
|(TR) Dil:||(TR) Türkçe|
|(TR) Ekran Oranı:||(TR) 2:35|
|(TR) Ses:||(TR) HD Digital|
|(TR) Ülke:||(TR) Türkiye / Almanya|
|(TR) Yıl:||(TR) 2004|
|(TR) Tür:||(TR) Dram|