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Nizamettin Ariç

Klamek ji bo Beko (A song for Beko)

Edition 1993
84' - 1992 - War - Dialogue: Kurdish
Director: Nizamettin Ariç With: Nizamettin Ariç, Bezara Arsen, Lusika Hesen, Cemale Jora
Beko lives in the Turkish part of Kur­distan, where he is arrested by the Turkish police. Beko escapes and begins his search for his brother to find himself in the middle of the Iran-Iraq War. He seeks shelter in a hide-out where Kurds are camping out, afraid to return to their ruined villages. While awaiting news of his brother, Beko befriends the children and discovers they have a strong feeling of Kurdish identity. When the conflict ends, they return to the villages, which are subsequently sprayed with poison gas from Saddam Hussein' s helicopters.

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Credits

Director

Nizamettin Ariç

With

Nizamettin Ariç, Bezara Arsen, Lusika Hesen, Cemale Jora

Scenario

Nizamettin Ariç

Director of Photography

Thomas Mauch

Editor

Gaby Wragge, Susanne Lahaye

Producer

Margarita Woskanjan

More information

Dialogue

Kurdish

Countries of production

Germany, Armenia

Year

1992

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