Sago Mine Disaster: On the Other Side

Synopsis: Drama-documentary account of the 2006 Sago mine disaster.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): David Alter

- Happy Bayram.

- Thanks. Same to you.

- Shall I fill her up?

- Please.

Happy Bayram.

- Happy Bayram.

- Thanks. Same to you.

Can you make me one with cheese?

- What's the music?

- Its Kazim Koyuncu.

- Don't you know him?

- No.

His music is very popular

here on the Black Sea Cost.

- I've never heard of him.

- He was from Artvin.

He died of cancer two years ago.

He was young. Like you.

All because of Chernobyl.

It's only now that's becoming clear.

- And a toast?

- yes.

That makes 130.



- Hello!

- Hello.

It's 50 euros for half an hour.

- What's your name?

- Jessy.

Jessy, do you do French?

French, Italian, Greek.

I'll do it international for you.

Bravo! Bravo

- Is music all right?

- Yes, why not?

- Have you got the 50 euros?

- Yes!

- Take your clothes off.

- Yes.

Are you Turkish?

- Could be...

- Now I'm ashamed.

- What's your name, girl?

- I told you:

- And your real name?

- Yeter. That's enough.

- What's enough?

- "Yeter" means "that's enough", right?

I'm the youngest of seven sisters.

The baby of the family.

- What will you have to drink?

- Water. Water.

Where are you from?

Uncle, have you come here

to chat or to f***?

Don't call me uncle,

that's embarrassing.

What shall I call you, then?

"My divine lover"?

Please call me Ali.

- Ali?

- Yes.

- Can you still get it up at your age?

- God willing.

Show me..

- Goodbye, my rose!

- Take care, Brother Ali!

She was speaking Turkish!

Ladies and gentlemen,

in ten minutes

we will be arriving in Bremen.

we would like to say goodbye

to all the passengers leaving us here,

and wish you a good onward journey.

Hello, Papa!

Hello Nejat. Sit yourself down.

I'm still frying the fish.

- How are you?

- Good.

- And how are you?

- Fine.

I've brought you a book.

Whats it about?

Just read it.

Are you having some raki?

- Sure, and you?

- Of course!

I've got this Iranian friend, Mahmut.

He's given me a tip

for the fourth race.

- Which horse?

- "Ofliff Sunshine"

"Ofliff Sunshine"?


The fifth horse in the fourth race?

Do you mean "Sunshine of Life"?

- What does that mean?

- The sun of life.

It would be nice if the sun of life

would shine for us someday.

It's an outsider, Papa.

We'll see, shall we?

Yes! Yes!

the odds were at least 70 to1!

Come on, I'll treat you

to ice cream, with chocolate.

Who are you screwing at the moment?

A gentleman

doesn't talk about such matters.

I didn't know that!

It's impossible to talk to you

about anything, anyway.

Take care, Papa!

Read the book, okay?

Yeah, yeah..

Goethe was opposed to the revolution.

Not on ethical grounds.

but because it seemed to him

to be too uncontrollable.

Two quotes illustrate this.

"Who wants to see a rose bloom

in the depths of winter?"

"Everything to it's own time.

Leaves, buds, flowers.

"Only a fool could want

this untimely intoxication. "

Come on now, old man!

I'm not 14 any more.

I don't come that quickly.

- I'll have to charge you extra.

- I'll give you another 50!.

Talk, talk!

Tell me to grab your arse!

- Grab my arse!

Come on now, my lion!

I want to ask you something:

are you happy with your job?

I can't complain.

Look, I live on my own.

m a pensioner, and a widower, too.

What's the saying?

"Only God is entitled to solitude. "

- Bravo.

m looking for a woman to live with me.

I would pay you

as much as you earn here.

In return, you'd sleep only with me.


Have you fallen for me, old man?

You don't have to say anything now.

Here's my cell phone number.

Call me whenever you like.

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