2020/ 87’ /Color / Turkey
Director: Levent Çetin
Screenplay: Özgür Seyben, Levent Cetin
Cinematography: Orçun Özkılınç
Art director : Levent Uçma
Editing : Buğra Dedeoğlu , Levent Çetin
Cast : Ozan Ayhan, Algı Eke, Ahmet Melih Yılmaz, Mehmet Usta, Ayaz Gülşen, Çağla Acar, Çetin Sarıkartal, Elçin Atamgüç
Producer : Levent Çetin, Canol Balkaya
Production: Plot Film
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In a village where tradition and modernity; material and spiritual goes hand in hand, Ali is the last representative of the tradition in which the fish is regarded highly sacred, and when they die, they are buried with prayers in a special cemetery allocated for them.
Ali and his wife Meryem has only one problem, not being able to have a child. The young couple tries out both traditional and modern methods to be able to conceive.
Kazım, another villager who has been treasure hunting during the nights disturbs Ali every now and then due to Kazım’s interest in Meryem that dates back to their younger age. Musa, a fresh university graduate, accompanies Kazım in his dream of finding the treasure.
While the tension between Meryem and Ali grows bigger, Kazım and Musa ruin the fish cemetery in their search for treasure.
Yönetmen / Director
Born in 1975 in Istanbul, Levent Çetin studied Film-TV department of Marmara University between 1996 and 2000. He has graduated from Film&Television Master’s program in Istanbul Bilgi University. He started to get involved with experimental cinema and video-art making in his university years. His works in this field were screened in many national and international festivals and exhibitions. He worked as an editor at various TV channels. He complicated his first feature film Civilian in 2014. Ali’s Nature is his second feature direct supported by Turkish Ministry of Culture Fund.