light gazing, ışığa bakmak

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Vücut, by Mustafa Nuri

The first film of Nicosia born director Mustafa Nuri, Vücut (Human Body) is a sort of study on that theme of the human body with the line of melody carrying the story to its conclusion, the love story. Some images are beatiful but Nuri does not focus on photography, his interest lies in the web of human relationships and how people seen themselves and others.

A complete and excelent review here, by Edgar Chaput.

More here. the site, here.

The feet and legs dialogue is a great moment of the film.

More here.

(e que programa, no Istanbul Modern)

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