Yozgat Blues

Synopsis: A barber in Yozgat - a very small city in the middle Anatolia - has an emotional breakdown when he runs into Yavuz and Nese who have come to town to sing in a small music hall-bar.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Music
Director(s): Mahmut Fazil Coskun
  4 wins & 8 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.8
Year:
2013
93 min
4 Views

A turkish, german co-production

with the support of

Yes.

I was teaching.

That's why my phone was off.

My class at the municipality.

He told the caretaker

and he called an ambulance.

They took him straight to hospital.

Sis, dad was already dead

when I got there.

No, the man was already dead

when I got there.

I went to the hospital.

I gave the Cemeteries Office one copy

and filed the other.

No, no. We don't need to.

OK, do whatever you want.

OK, I'll drop by sometime

and sign it.

OK, bye.

- Some of the stuff is unworn.

- OK, Yavuz Bey.

- Keep the things that fit you.

- OK.

And give the rest away.

My condolences again.

God rest his soul.

- You press here.

- OK.

- Here goes.

- Hang on a second.

Come on over.

Squeeze together a bit

so she gets us all in.

Here goes. Smile!

OK, done.

- Teacher, a few words?

- No, please. I'm hopeless at it.

You're just being modest.

Firstly...

...I'd like to thank you all

on the mayor and municipality's behalf...

...for taking the course.

Many thanks, too, to our teacher,

or rather our friend, Yavuz.

I've known him a long time

and always been a fan.

Thanks to him for joining us

on the course.

As a municipality, we plan

to keep up our activities...

...as far as we're able,

as far as our budget allows.

This was a two-month course,

as you know.

And if circumstances are right,

if we attract the same student numbers...

...we hope to carry on with the course.

Thanks and congratulations again

to you all.

That's enough from me.

The certificates, Yavuz.

- Thank you.

- You're welcome.

Hseyin?

- Thanks very much, Mr. Yavuz.

- Congratulations, Hseyin.

Let me give you this.

- Thank you.

- No, I thank you. Thanks a lot.

- Hello, Mr. Yavuz.

- Hello, Nee.

- Do you have a moment?

- Sure, but I'm about to leave.

- I wanted to ask you something.

- Go on then.

That job of yours in Yozgat,

is it definite?

Oh, you mean at Yaar's place.

He didn't call back.

He isn't too reliable.

I should probably call.

So no, it isn't definite.

Why, what's up?

I was going to ask

if there was a job for me, too.

- In Yozgat?

- Sure.

What kind of job?

Well, I could do back-up vocals,

or help out with other things.

I really don't know.

I mean, it's not definite.

Could I take your number?

- If it's not a problem.

- No, no. I'll give you a card.

My business card.

OK, goodbye.

Dear customers, up until 14.00 today...

...we're running an exclusive offer

on minced beef for store cardholders.

Buy a kilo of minced beef

for just TL 14.99 instead of TL 19.90!

We hope you enjoy this exclusive offer

and enjoy shopping with us today.

- Like to try some sausage?

- No, not for me.

It's pure beef.

- Cigarette?

- I've given up.

- I guess I'm really nervous.

- There's nothing to be nervous about.

- Anyway, I'm freezing. Shall we go?

- As you like.

Thanks.

Oh no, I've smudged it.

- Hello, Yavuz! Welcome.

- Hello, Yaar.

- Good evening.

- Hello.

- Nee.

- Nice to meet you.

You too.

- How was the journey?

- Great.

- Are you hungry? Like anything to eat?

- No, we ate on the way.

- I'm so glad you've come.

- Me too, Yaar.

If you need anything, I'm here.

The stage is yours!

See you later.

Thanks a lot.

That guy will never change.

- Right.

- OK, ready?

- Yes. How do I look?

- Great.

- My shoes don't really go, huh?

- We'll fix that tomorrow.

- Make do for tonight.

- OK.

Has your lipstick smudged?

It'll look bad on stage, that's all.

Oh no! I've made it worse.

Come on then.

- OK.

- I guess I'm nervous.

There's nothing to be nervous about.

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