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Dead Souls| 1hr : 30mins
Director: Murat Ozcelik | Producer: Murat Ozcelik
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: Turkey
Subject Tags: conflict, human rights, middle east, turkey, violence
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Murat Ozcelik was arrested and detained when he was a high school student in 1995. He was seriously injured during the military operation that was organized in Ulucanlar Prison in 1999. His name was announced in the news on TV among people killed in the operation. With a deep sense of distress, Murat Ozcelik's mother went to Ankara to take her son's body. Later, she learned that her son had survived and was sent to another prison in Amasya. In this film, Murat Ozcelik and his mother travel into the past to Ulucanlar Prison, which was a milestone in the country's political and cultural history.

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