About Dry Grasses

Kuru Otlar Ustune


VERDICT: Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s melancholy, dialogue-heavy rumination on personal responsibility, politics and the weight of provincial isolation is intellectually rigorous and always engrossing but largely lacks the well-earned emotional gifts of his more recent masterworks.

Does cinema burden any landscape with as much sorrow as Anatolia? For decades the vast spaces of cen
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