Turkey, United States | 2017 | Shevaun Mizrahi
The multi-ethnic elderly residents of a Turkish retirement home are lovingly captured in a series of poetic vignettes in this dream-like meditation on youth and old age, time and loneliness, memory and mortality. Among the denizens of this anteroom to the afterlife are a centenarian survivor of the 1915 Armenian genocide; a photographer who is going blind; and a sex addict who proposes to the female filmmaker. Subtitles. DCP. 80 min.
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