SYNOPSIS

My short film "It Looks Like Rain" sets light to the twelve hours of Yağmur, who is at the stage of deciding what to do at the point she reached in her relationship with Kaya at the end of 17 months. Yağmur and Kaya come to Kaya's house after an exhibition, Yağmur falls into pessimism with the Picasso painting hanging on the wall, returns to the day they first met Kaya as a result of the connotation created by an oil painting hanging on another wall, and with this awareness, she decided to leave. But Kaya is not ready to face it. What happened next can be thought of as Yağmur's transformation into a psychoanalytic session on her own as a part of the stream of consciousness.

Biography

One night, when I was ten years old, I was caught up in the filming scene of the cinema world with Alfred Hitchcock's film "The Birds", which I watched from the doorway of my room. I wrote, directed and produced my first short film, named of YAĞMUR YAĞACAK GİBİ, based on the most influential scene of my novel, which I wrote in the psychological drama / comedy genre, with a 550-page length, whose editorial control was completed. My film made its world premiere by being official selected at the Toronto International Women's Film Festival (February 2021). Year of Birth and Place: 30/03/1970, İzmir Collage 3: İstanbul University Radio TV and CINEMA(3rd grade) College2 : Anadolu University Media and Communication College 1: Ege University Landscape Architecture High School: İzmir Special Turkish High School I had held various positions as Landscape Architect since 1991, and have been working in Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Project and Design Group since 2001.

Filmography

It Looks Like Rain (2021)

IT LOOKS LIKE RAIN

Film Poster

IT LOOKS LIKE RAIN

Director

IT LOOKS LIKE RAIN

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