Genre: Drama
105 min


Check this lottery ticket.


- Nothing at all?

- Nothing.

Give me a paper with the lottery numbers.

Cabbar is much changed nowadays.

Gentlemen, second cart is leaving now.

- Need a cart?

- No.

- How much to Priest's Garden?

- 3 lira.

- That's too much.

- So What would you pay?

- 75 kurus.

- That's too little for Priest's Garden.

- What's your final offer?

- 75 kurus.

Piss off.

I'll take you there for two and a half lira.

The Horse dealer came,

they couldn't find you.

He says, if you don't pay in 3 days,

he'll take the horse back.

The grocer wants his money too.

Uncle Osman asks if we'll go to pick cotton.

Cemile has an exam tomorrow.

She needs shoes.

Could we give her one and a half lira

as pocket money?

That's all what I've earned.

Cumali, get us two cups of tea.

God. How could you put

the dog in wash basin?

- Your debt is getting high.

- He works hard but earns nothing.

He should change his carriage.

It's very old.

Tell him to pay his debt in 2 days.

- Let me ride too.

- Piss off.


- Has your father gone?

- Yes.

The wide streets are forbidden.

We must get our rights...

What luck? Not a penny in 10 years.

- Check it once more.

- I did. Nothing.

Let's check the list.

Maybe there's a mistake the paper.

In gaol I met a man who was

very interested in the lottery.

It's not a hobby for me, it's a hope.

I have a lot of debts.

I earn 15 lira daily. I've debts to pay,

a family to look after.

If you minded what I say,

you wouldn't have to worry.

It's a fantasy.

You don't find treasure by praying.

Look, brother, underneath the earth is

full of gold.

- 2 sacks of bran.

- Give him 2 sacks.

Your debt is getting high.

Business is quiet. The carriage is old.

I can just feed my family.

You owe 95 lira. Over 100,

I won't give anymore.

- You're in deep thought, Hasan.

- He dreams of treasure.

Fine. Have fun. Under the earth there are

antiques, gold.

People got money. Rob them in darkness.

We are not robbers.

- Finished, Cabbar.

- How much?

- 15 lira would be enough.

- Do I earn 15 lira a day?

Materials cost 12 lira.

- Here's, 5 lira. I'll pay the rest later.

- You already owe me 45 lira.

- Did I deny my debts?

- Don't get angry, I was just saying.

Leave me alone. Take your hands off.

Mehmet Emin, let's go.

- Give me some melon.

- No.

- Give me some.

- No.

Cumali, what's that.

Will you work on it 2 hours?

Wrong. We asked your height not your age.

- What's your father's job?

- Coachman.

How many brothers or sisters do you have?

Five, teacher.

Cemile hasn't studied.

What shall we do with you?

- Let's ask another question.

- Yes.

- Hello.

- Hello, Hasan. How are you?

- How are you Cabbar, brother?

- Not bad.

Is it true that the State would abolish

the horse carts?

Maybe the old ones like mine.

The new ones will be allowed.

A good horse and a good cart means money,


When you have money,

you eat well, sleep in fine beds.

...drink fine wine.

When you have money, you are strong.

You can have family.

If you don't have money, you are

the most wretched person in the world.

If you have money,

you're not cold in winter,

without money, you're cold in summer,

because money keeps you warm.

You don't have money.

Your horses will starve.

I found a Hodja. He's like a saint.

With his prayers...

...we can easily find the treasure.

But we need money.

If we had 500 lira, we'd be rich in 10 days.

- You've lost your mind.

- It's not a dream, it's a fact.

But I've no money. Someday you'll be

surprised... see me like a Pascha.

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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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