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The cinematography is amazing.
I won't disclose any more about the specifics of the plot than that, but it suffices to say that by the end of the movie, not much has actually happened.
It is very faint praise to say that this film is the anti-CSI, but it's cynical views of truth and justice contrast starkly with TV procedurals.
A haunting simplistic noir film at first glance... Requiring a second look to get at the underling story that hinges it all together...
The NOIR PQ is beautiful... Read more
Unbelievably enjoyable portrait of deceptions of self and other. This compares with Bergman existential forays, and my therapist recommended it to me and my wife who thoroughly... Read morePublished 15 months ago by ComityZentral
I think everyone would know by now what to expect in Swedish movies, or Italian, or Japanese or Chinese, or "Bollywood", that they are driven by a culture. Read morePublished 21 months ago by derck a. gordon
What a strange and beautiful movie. I haven't even finished, but one of several unique things about the movie prompted me to write, namely, the story has no center whatsoever. Read morePublished 21 months ago by J. Bamford
It is a great turkish movie, an atmospheric police investigation for the thruth in a turkish countryside. Beautiful photography by a renown director.Published 22 months ago by MimarCharles
Nuir Bilge Ceylon's "Once Upon a Time in Anatolia" is the complete antithesis to the conventional American crime drama, which routinely features detectives with matinee-idol looks,... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Roland E. Zwick