Annemin Yarasi


You can still change yourmind.

We just discussed that.

Yes, but...

If you change your mind

I won't have broken my word.

Get that trumpet scholarship...

And shoot off to university.

You've given me the address now.

Just tell me,

is the place miles away?


All roads here

lead to the same place.

Salih, so many kids like you

have done the same.

It's pointless.

OK, if I don't find the answer,

I'm pointless too.

Give me yourblessing, Sadk.

What to do?

Of course you have it.


Get him!

You're just asking fora thrashing.

Hey, OK, OK.

- Listen.

- Huh?

Don't look for yourdad.

I'm yourdad.

Salih. Salih.

Say hi to your mom.

I'll find yours first.

There's the bell. Go, guys.

Get to your classes.

Sadk's there, look.


Sadk! I'm out of here, OK?

The door.

Salih, don't go.

Please don't go.


Get to your classes.

I'll write to you. Now go.

Are you looking forsomeone, son?

Forthe shoemaker here.

The shop's around the back.

Off you go.

- How do you put up with that hill?

- hsan, bless you.

You go out of yourway...

To bring me all the old shoes

in the neighborhood.

- Thanks.

- Well, the wife wanted new slippers.

- So as I was coming anyway...

- Hello there.

Hello, friend.

If you're ordering shoes,

they'll be at least 2 weeks.

No, I'm not here forshoes.

Yourshoes think otherwise.

That's why I said it.

Get him a stool.

- No, please.

- Do I always have to tell you?

I don't have any money anyway.


Maybe I want to help yourshoes,

not you.


I'll have these done in 3-4 days.

But the slippers will be a week.

They need more attention.

What do you say?

What can I say?

Say yes.

Say yes to something.

She must want something new

to throw at me.

- Lf you say so.

- How's yourwife? Nerma?

OK, thank goodness.

We muddle along

like two rattletraps.

- Say hello to her.

- I will.

Give those to him, not me.

He'll bring you slippers.

One day he just might do something

without being told.

God willing.

- Mom!

- Yes?

My guest here needs coffee.


How do you like it?

- Very sweet.

- Very sweet.

Hearthat, Mom?

Penniless and sweet-toothed.

He looks sweet enough, though.

So let's hearit, kid.

What's going on?

I came from Zenica.

- From the orphanage.

- And?

Sadk, our principal...

He made a promise. And when I tumed 18

he gave me your address.

- What, this place?

- Gullty and pointing the finger.

- He said the shoemaker in Simin Han.

- Enough bad news from yourteacher!

Can't we hearsomething good foronce?

And they scowl at the boy's mom

because he's lazy.

I was too immersed in the woman's hair

to hearwhat she said.

- Avni!

- Ljust saw the bird nests.

Orrather, I couldn't see

the ones I'd seen before.

They must've ruined them.

- Is that so?

- Yes.

I see.

We have a guest.

Forgive me. I'm too busy with Vedad

to see anything else.

He's smart,

but he doesn't listen in class.

Welcome. I'm Nerma.

- Thanks. I'm Salih.

- Salih?

Hearthat, mother?

The coincidence! He's Salih.

When my son was bom I agonized

overwhetherhe'd be Salih or Vedad.

- That's why.

- And I said Vedad.

Yes. Pardon my asking,

but why are you here, Salih?

Nerma, we were just...

But Mirsad, the name thing,

it's so uncanny.

I love the name Salih, you see.

Sorry, you were explaining

why you're here.

I've a storm raging in my head.

Words fly around.

- Then I don't know what I've said.

- Nerma.

If you're going to be here,

I'll busy myself inside.

Right, I'll be inside then.


Vedad. Vedad, son.

Go wash up.

My wife talks that way.

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