Ayla: The Daughter of War
Turkey has chosen Can Ulkay’s presentation include Ayla: The Daughter of War as its hopeful in the race for best foreign-language film in the Oscars.
“In 2010, the story was
on Korean TV – they did a narrative about Ayla and Süleyman, and it began on TV to start with, in the narrative, on Youtube and different channels,” Ulkay stated, taking a seat for a board with Deadline’s Dominic Patten as a feature of Awardsline’s Screening Series. “We saw that and we began to take a shot at it, and we initially began to write in 2015. We began shooting in 2016.
In light of a genuine story in 1950 amid the Korean War, the film is about a Turkish sergeant Süleyman who needs to spare a kid, and consequently he chances his life. Additionally; the youngster, who hasn’t a family, is left young lady solidifying. With no regular dialect, Suleyman names her Ayla, a reference to the moon that lit the assaulted scene on the night she discovered her. The two soon wind up noticeably indivisible, bringing happiness and chuckling into the Turkish army installation amidst war. At the point when the war reaches an end, the sergeant is compelled to surrender Ayla to a shelter, yet doesn’t abandon the expectation of one day rejoining with her. Will the two ever get back together?
Istanbul Governor Vasip Şahin, Istanbul Provincial Director of Culture and Tourism Coşkun Yılmaz, veteran Süleyman Dilbirliği, who is the subject of the movie, the performers and on-screen characters of the movie, including Kim Seol and Ismail Hacıoğlu, went to the prescreening alongside numerous popular on-screen characters and on-screen characters from the film world. The situation was composed by Yiğit Güralp. Coordinated by
Can Ulkay, the true to life dramatization “Ayla: The Daughter of War” premieres Oct. 27.