Many years after leaving the city to live overseas, writer-editor Orhan Şahin returns to Istanbul to work on the first book by prominent director, Deniz Soysal. Deniz shares a waterside mansion on the Bosphorus with his family, whose fortunes are fading fast. From the very first day, Orhan finds himself in the thick of Deniz’s family, his complicated relationships and inscrutable friends. As he rediscovers Istanbul through new eyes, Orhan begins to reconnect with long forgotten feelings.
Upon turning eightteen, Salih leaves the orphanage to nd his lost family and begins working in a Serbian farm. Suddenly, at the most unexpected moment he has found a home. Will he ever be able to let go of the ghosts of his past and be happy in this new life? As tension escalates disquieting secrets surface… A gripping tale of family, love and identity, My Mother’s Wound follows Salih as he searches for a trail of hope amongst war-torn lives.
Oguz and Bekir are going to a dance with death once again, 7 years after their mutual survivor against all odds. The aim is to rescue Ceyda Balaban, a controversial Turkish journalist who is the prisoner of the barbaric organization ISIS.
Turkish Army Maroon Beret Search and Rescue Squad Number 8, nicknamed “The Storm Bringer” with 7 elite members are embroiled in an impossible struggle with an ISIS encirclement around the Iraqi Mountain of Sinjar.
The brutal conflict that awaits them, the struggle to rescue Ceyda, and experience the bloody conflict in the region, will test the resolve of these few soldiers; best, of the best.
The story takes place in the past, it centers on thirty one women who lost the men in their lives. The film kicks off when they meet the porters, who all come from different backrounds from all over Turkey. Comedy ensues because the men think they are going to off war when they, in fact, were hand-picked to marry the women. In the film written and directed by Mahsun Kırmızıgül, viewers are welcomed into a unique world, made of romance, drama and comedy.