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A modern masterpiece from major filmmaker Nuri Bilge Ceylan, outlining a dark night of the soul as police and prosecutors escort a murderer through the bleak Anatolian steppes in search of a buried body.
Stunningly photographed in a golden hued chiaroscuro, this curious mixture of police procedural, road movie and studied interrogation into criminality and ethics is one of the major films of the decade and winner of the 2011 Cannes Grand Prix.
Miss Mactaggart Won't Lie Down
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Directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan
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The Special World of Nigel Hunt
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