The commissioner tells the teacher, who had been imprisoned for the past 6 months for no apparent reason, that they will allow him to meet with his wife even though conjugal visits are prohibited.
The skeptical teacher continually asks why they would allow this. The commissioner says "out of human decency", but his real motive is to try one last move to make him talk. The prisoner waits in the commissioner's room for the moment to be alone with his wife but the wife falls ill and ends up sending her sister instead. The prisoner is utterly disappointed, as he had been obsessively fantasizing about making love with his wife for the last time. During the visit, albeit unintentionally, the prisoner uses the same techniques that the commissioner has been using on him, to convince her to sleep with him. Totally unaware of any of this, the sister-in-law has to face a major ethical problem before she even begins to feel the joy of seeing her brother-in-law.
- Golden Boll Jury Prize (National Feature Film) - Adana FF
- Caner Cindoruk
- Görkem Mertsöz
- Gizem Erman Soysaldi
- Settar Tanrıöğen
- Hüseyin Karabey
- Ulas Zeybek
- Murat Sercan Subasi
- ASI FILM
Director, writer, and producer Huseyin Karabey was born in 1970 to a Kurdish family and studied at Uludağ University and Marmara University. After making over a half dozen documentary films from the 1990s through the 2000s, he made his first feature, MY MARLON AND BRANDO (2008). The film premiered at Rotterdam, won the prize for Best New Narrative Filmmaker at Tribeca, and earned him praise as a director to watch. His film INSIDERS (2018) won Golden Boll Jury Prize at Adana Film Festival.