Director: Metin Erksan & David E. Durston

Turkey • 1964 • Black and White • 75 min

An adaptation from Necati Cumali’s story, Dry Summer is the masterpiece by Metin Erksan which won Turkish cinema its first main international prize (Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival in 1964). A story about the struggle over land and water in a village, this is one of the most stunning examples of the clash between good and evil in Turkish cinema.Bookings: 01 672 8861 www.jdiff.com

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