Turtles Can Fly

Turtles Can Fly
Turtles Can Fly

Year

2004

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

Kurdish

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Synopsis

The first film to be filmed in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein is set a few months before that event took place, as a handful of orphaned children try and survive in a Kurdish refugee camp. Just trying to get by is a challenge in a place without running water or electricity, but these children survive by finding and trading the deadly landmines that the ground is littered with. Satellite is a young entrepreneur who mays his way by selling electrical goods and by installing satellite dishes to that people can receive the news they are desperate for. One-armed Hyenkov and Agrin look after their little brother Risa as best they can, until the trauma of what they have been through threatens to overwhelm them.

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