Five new cinema come out this week:
THE EAGLE HUNTRESS
“The Eagle Hunter,” a documentary destined by Otto Bell tells a story of a onslaught of a 13-year-old lady vital in Bayon-Ölgii segment of Mongolia to turn an consultant in eagle hunting, a tradition her family had for years.
YAŞAMAK GÜZEL ŞEY (LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL)
Director Müfit Can Saçıntı, who came into a limelight with “Mandıra Filozofu” (Dairy Farm Philosopher), is here with his new film “Yaşamak Güzel Şey” (Life is Beautiful).
Produced by Tahir Çonka, a film facilities executive Saçıntı himself as good as Yasemin Çonka, Zihni Göktay, Ayşegül Atik, Günay Karacaoğlu, Merve Hazer, Renan Bilek, Reha Özcan, Onur Dilber, Bahar Süer and Seyithan Özdemir.
The comedy-drama depicts how a bashful man, who always gives in to whatever life brings along, explores a beauties of life following an hapless event.
MEZECİ ÇIRAĞI (DELICATESSEN’S APPRENTICE)
Written and destined by Battal Karslıoğlu, “Mezeci Çırağı” (Delicatessen’s Apprentice) stars Yusuf Atala, İsmail Arda İrman, Murat Ercanlı and Ali Tuna İrman.
The film is set in 1970s Bursa Pirinç Han and tells a story of İsmail Hakkı, a delicatessen owners and his son Özkan, who after turn a owners and owners of one of Turkey’s many critical weave companies, Minteks.
The film is blending from a namesake book by Özkan İrman, that depicts Özkan’s childhood and work years. His dual sons, Arda and Tuna are star in a film.
Directed by Andre Ovredal, “Autopsy” tells a story of dual debate scientists who embark on their initial autopsy, on an unclear corpse. Written by Richard Naing and Ian B. Goldberg, a British film facilities heading names including Emile Hirsch, Brian Cox, Ophelia Lovibond, Michael McElhatton and Olwen Catherine Kelly.
“Green Room,” starring Anton Yelchin, Alia Shawkat, Callum Turner, Imogen Poots and Patrick Stewart is destined and created by Jeremy Saulnier.
The horror-thriller depicts a story of a rope named “Punk Rock,” who witnesses a murder during a Neo-Nazi bar they play during and what happens after they close themselves in a room.