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Ahlat Agaci is a movie starring Dogu Demirkol, Murat Cemcir, and Bennu Yildirimlar. An unpublished writer returns to his hometown after graduating, where he seeks sponsors to publish his book while dealing with his father's...

Genres
Drama
Director
Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Starring
Hazar Ergüçlü, Murat Cemcir, Dogu Demirkol, Bennu Yildirimlar

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Genres Drama
Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Writer Ebru Ceylan, Akin Aksu, Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Stars Hazar Ergüçlü, Murat Cemcir, Dogu Demirkol, Bennu Yildirimlar
Country Bulgaria, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Republic of North Macedonia, Turkey, Sweden
Also Known As Laukine kriauše, The Wild Pear Tree, Det vildväxande päronträdet, Drvo divlje kruške, El peral salvaje, Det vilde pæretræ, A Árvore dos Frutos Selvagens, Etz ha'Aggas ha'Pra'ee, A vadkörtefa, Sub umbra părului sălbatic, El peral silvestre, Η άγρια αχλαδιά, Le poirier sauvage, A Pereira Brava, L'albero dei frutti selvatici, Cây Lê Dại, Dzika grusza, 読まれなかった小説, El árbol de peras salvajes, El árbol de peras silvestres, Det ville pæretreet
Runtime 3 h 8 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An unpublished writer returns to his hometown after graduating, where he seeks sponsors to publish his book while dealing with his father's deteriorating indulgence into gambling.

Top reviews

Monday, 21 Sep 2020 10:15

A story told in black and white, with a beautiful sound track. A mother as a prisoner, a father in prison, and a son at the beginning, where the father knows and the son does not. It's an unusual movie, which is wonderful in its very nature, but which also is, in a very strong way, an allegory about the lack of family in the world. It's a very difficult situation to be in, and yet there are so many things that you can do to let the children you love go. I think the main idea was that, if you don't love your children, then you really will not be able to see your children grow. There is a special level of the sentence that we live with all the time. One that we cannot control, but that we really can control, and we really are unable to do anything about it. The mother is in prison, and the father does not know where he is. And how do you know when he is there? You live a life, with a dream, a life that you can't even understand. If you don't have a dream, that is very rare. It is the best-case scenario, and that is why the father knows where he is. It is a difficult situation, and yet he knows that his son is in prison. The son and his mother are trying to escape. But, the reality is very difficult, and they are not even close to being able to do it. It is not easy, but that is the only way to let the children go. If there is nothing, then the reality is not easy to live. That is what the father knows. And that is what the son knows. He knows the truth, and he knows that it is hard, but it is not impossible. If the father and son were still the same, then it is possible to be happy. There is a special idea that is about the father, and that is that we never know if it is a man or a woman, and that is hard to tell. This is something you can't get rid of, but that is also something you can't tell. And this idea is very important. It is not only about the mother. It is about all the people who are not lucky enough to have a mother, but who have a mother, and so the idea of this movie is that it is not the only reason why the father doesn't know where his son is, but that all of the people who are not lucky enough to have a mother are in prison, and that is hard to get rid of. There is a lot of strength in this movie. It has the best story of all, with the way in which everything is told in a very beautiful way, with a beautiful story. It is not that it is beautiful. It is that it is beautiful in a very unusual way. It is a beautiful movie, and it is a beautiful story, and it is a beautiful movie.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 09:14

I'm a big fan of the Human Rights Movement, but I was a little disappointed in the movie. I wanted to see it, I really did. But when I watched it, I felt like it was too preachy and didn't say enough about how America, the world and its views on racism, discrimination and human rights are portrayed in this movie. People who say that the movie is not racist because it does not depict any negative things about minorities or their stereotypes are going to be disappointed. I understand their frustration but the movie doesn't have to talk about what is considered to be prejudice. That is not what it is about. But this isn't a movie that is only about racism. It's a movie about prejudice and how it can affect people. I have two real life friends, I grew up in New Jersey and I know the signs and stuff that can make you an obvious racist. This movie is not an "affectation" but more of a story of how racism is manifested and the impact it can have on people and even society as a whole. The movie does not give you an explanation about how a person perceives a person of another race, that is not the movie's purpose. It does not try to take the viewer to the point of self-doubt or thinking of the "whole world" as a group that is out of control. This movie is about how people feel when they see a person of another race. It is not about the relationship between a person and the people who have a negative view of a minority group, that is not the movie's purpose. The movie is about the impact of prejudice and how it is manifested in the society. People who say that the movie is racist because they don't have to "compare" the movie to reality would be wrong. The movie is an allegory about how racism and prejudice affects people and society. It does not try to teach you how to be a good person. It is a movie that is a little preachy, but I think that this is a very good movie. It's about how prejudice and racism affect people. That is why I gave it a 9 out of 10.


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