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Three Monkeys  (2008)
Genre : Drama | Original Language : Turkish | Country : France, Italy, Turkey

Directed by : Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Screenplay : Nuri Bilge Ceylan
Ebru Ceylan
Ercan Kesal

Cinematographer : Gökhan Tiryaki
Editor : Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Bora Göksingöl
Producers/ Co- Producers : Zeynep Ozbatur, Zeynofilm Produksiyon Hizmetleri Ltd, Fabienne Vonier, Valerio de Paolis, Cemal Noyan, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, NBC Film, Pyramide Productions, Bim Distribuzione in association with Imaj


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A family, dislocated when small failings blow up into extravagant lies, battles against the odds to stay together by covering up the truth… 
Late one night, a politician falls asleep behind the wheel of his car on a country road. He strikes and kills a pedestrian and then coolly coerces one of his employers to take the rap for him and serve a nine-month prison sentence with the promise of a healthy pay-cheque when he gets out.
This arrangement initiates a string of deceptions, including a tryst between Servet, the politician (Ercan Kesal), and Hacer (Hatice Aslan), the wife of Eyüp (Yavuz Bingol).  Their son (Ahmet Rifat Sungar) learns of the affair. When Eyüp comes home from prison, the turmoil so long buried in his family—another son drowned years earlier—rises to the surface. In order to avoid responsibilities that would otherwise be impossible to endure, the family chooses to ignore the truth: refusing to see, hear or talk about it.

The film”s hi-definition video images are blanched and grainy, lending a vaguely surreal air to the film”s hot summer coastal setting. This deeply introspective film tracking the breakdown of intimate relationships was nominated for the Palme d’Or at the 2008 Festival de Cannes and won the Best Director award.
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