DVD

Sibel (F/E)

Guillaume Giovanetti, Çagla ZencirciTurkey – 2018 – More information on this movie

CHF 17.90 / EUR 16.50

25-year-old Sibel lives with her father and sister in a secluded village in the mountains of Turkey’s Black Sea region. Sibel is a mute, but she communicates by using the ancestral whistled language of the area. Rejected by her fellow villagers, she relentlessly hunts down a wolf that is said to be prowling in the neighbouring forest, sparking off fears and fantasies among the village women. There she crosses path with a fugitive. Injured, threatening and vulnerable, he is the first one to take a fresh look at her.

Language OV turkish Subtitles english, français, türk 
Length 
91 min. Screen format 16/9 PAL, color Sound DD 5.1 & 2.0 FSK 16 Zone 2
Bonus
 The story of SIBEL by Çaǧla Zencircii and Guillaume Giovanetti (27 min.) | Sequence analysis | Deleted scenes commented by the directors

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