In the eastern Anatolia mountains, a medical emergency after a night of punishments in a secluded boarding school for Kurdish boys reveals the opposite of the institution’s austere structure and menacing routine, challenging hierarchies and responsibilities. The plot centered on childhood oppression, a harsh reality within the erasure process in Northern Kurdistan, favors a filmic metamorphosis amid the authoritarian inclinations of Turkish bigwigs. *(L.B)



Ferit Karahan

Born in Muş, Turkey on 4 April 1983. He currently lives in Istanbul. He started working as first assistant director on feature films. His short films "Before the Flood" and "Yusiv’s Dream" have been screened at numerous festivals and have won awards and honorable mentions. His feature debut "The Fall From Heaven" premiered at the Antalya Film Festival and won Best Film. Also won Best first Film Prize at the Ankara Film Festival and was later screened at more than 15 festivals and won more the 10 awards.