Under roaring fighter jets and missile strikes, Ukrainian artists Slava, Anya, and Andrey choose to stay behind and fight, contending with the soldiers they have become. Defiantly finding beauty amid destruction, they show that although it’s easy to make people afraid, it’s hard to destroy their passion for living.
Ceylin is a fourteen-year-old seasonal agricultural worker living in a tent city. Ceylin, whose only dream is to go to school, knows that this is impossible. Her mother Meryem is bedridden. Her brother Adem has had a troubled life after his military service. Her father Cabbar, an agricultural worker, lives in the hope that one day he will get out of here. A documentary filmmaker named Bilge comes to the tent city. He meets Mehmet Emmi, who is in charge of the workers. As Bilge holds up a mirror to the tent city, one problem after another becomes visible. Everything is revealed with an event that affects Ceylin and the whole tent city.
With the construction of the Indian planned city of Chandigarh, the Swiss and French architect Le Corbusier completed his life's work 70 years ago. Chandigarh is a controversial synthesis of the arts, a bold utopia of modernity. The film accompanies four cultural workers who live in the planned city and reflects on Le Corbusier's legacy, utopian urban ideas and the cultural differences between East and West in an atmospherically dense narrative.
Karo (28) is freshly separated and is struggling with the non-existing relationship with her father. When her mother MICHAELA (50) wants to go on vacation with her to Rügen, Karo suspects there is again some failed love affair behind it.
Police officer Suryaa Roy, gets transferred to Raghunathpur where local politician Rudrani Chowdhury runs many illegal businesses. When they come at loggerheads, can Suryaa save his family and the people of Raghunathpur?