Genre: Drama
105 min

A pack of cigarettes and a box of matches.

My carriage!

See what you've done.

The paint-job is ruined.

You kill my horse and talk about paint?

Police! Police!

What have you typed?

It was aproaching evening.

I parked my cart and went to buy cigarettes.

Being alone the horses got scared.

A cyclist came.

To avoid hitting the cyclist...

Shut up. These carts cause

all the accidents.

- Just a minute...

- Shut up. It's not your fault...'s the state's fault.

They should've abolished carts.

But my horse died.

Well, if you leave the cart alone...

Was it in a parking space?

No... it was shady.

You don't put your cart on every shady spot.

Shut up. The man's car is ruined.

You caused the accident... leaving your cart alone.

You attacked him.

You're guilty for all.

- My horse died.

- Still talking. Take him out.

Shut the f*ck up.

Take it down.

- What will you do now, Cabbar?

- I don't know.

- Why don't you go to Mr. Seyfi?

- You worked 9 years for him.

Maybe he'll help-out.

- Will he?

- Yeah.

Last night my horse died.

- Where is she?

- Over there.

- It took awhile.

- His horse has died, asking for money.

You want a drink?

You just played.

A bus has run over Cabbar's horse.

- The one we gave?

- Right, father.

Cabbar owes us 900 lira.

He can't pay the money.

- Send word, see what he says.

- He can't pay it.

Cabbar's horse has died.

Kazim will get the other one.

He owes me 93 lira.

Cabbar can't pay his debt without his horse.

If he can't pay, You know what to do.

My horse died, Sir.

I could manage if I bought a new one.

Otherwise my family will starve.

I'm sorry, I can't afford it.

What does the man say?

- His horse has died, he needs money.

- It's none of our business.

He owes us 55 lira.

Go to him and get the money.

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Murat Aslan

Murat Aslan (born December 13, 1986 in İstanbul) is a Turkish volleyball player. He is playing for Galatasaray, in addition to 48 caps with the national team. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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