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The Wild Pear Tree (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
The Wild Pear Tree (2018) 1080p
Ahlat Agaci is a movie starring Dogu Demirkol, Murat Cemcir, and Bennu Yildirimlar. An unpublished writer returns to his hometown after graduating, where he seeks sponsors to publish his book while dealing with his father's...
IMDB: 8.33 Likes
- Genre: Drama |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 3.01G
- Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 188
- IMDB Rating: 8.3/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 473 / 536
The Synopsis for The Wild Pear Tree (2018) 1080p
An unpublished writer returns to his hometown after graduating, where he seeks sponsors to publish his book while dealing with his father's deteriorating indulgence into gambling.
The Director and Players for The Wild Pear Tree (2018) 1080p
The Reviews for The Wild Pear Tree (2018) 1080p
Superb movieReviewed bynadineacouryVote: 8/10
Wonderful dialogs, wonderful acting. Sinan is a very unique character , depressive but not emotional , hard to explain. His father another great character and their relation makes everyone think and feel deep. Its a long movie , though very entertaining and enjoyable.
It has been 21 years since Ceylan shot his first feature film Kasaba, whose main theme was an intellectual young man's desperate, family-stuck life in the countryside with no way out. After this film throughout his film career he focused on different themes as well of course, from middle class criticism (Climates) to film noir (Three Monkeys). But, being from Turkey, eventually in his last movies he returned to the countryside tales again. Especially this movie, The Wild Pear Tree, seemed to me as if Ceylan suffered from a partial amnesia and forgot that he shot the movie Kasaba. So he blended this "brand new film idea" with his recently developed film aesthetics and here we have The Wild Pear Tree.
In his first movies Ceylan barely had a story, he only had "themes". The rest of the movie was wonderful photography and this is what he got famous for. Then, founding clever collaborations, he learnt how to tell stories as well. But the question here is: does he really have a new story to tell? Turkey has changed a lot since Kasaba, but Ceylan's representations look like they are here to stay eternally. For instance, while Ceylan still hold on to the "intellectual stuck in the countryside" stereotype, intellectuals in the Turkish countryside either made it to the metropolises or they are replaced/outdated by the emerging religious elite.
So instead of telling a new story, Ceylan seems like he chose to "garnish" what he already has, with neverending dialogues unattached to each other. Dialogue with the girl, dialogue with the mayor, with the businessman, with the writer, with the police friend, with the imams and with this and this and this. Kind of a video game, one "countryside monster" at a time. So I think this movie is a rococo remake of minimalist Kasaba.
So if you tolerate the theatrical lines in the first dialogues, the movie is a nice one to see. But in comparison to the last 2 movies of Ceylan, this is certainly a step backwards (and surprisingly, this backwardness is evident also in the photography).