Nefesim Kisilene Kadar, director Emine Emel Balcı’s debut feature, follows Serap (Madra), a young Turkish girl who is forced to abandon her unsatisfying life working at a clothing factory and living with her sister and brother-in-law, moving in with her truck driver father (Akin), who needs more help from her than she needs from him.
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