The Market: A Tale of Trade

The Market: A Tale of Trade  {Pazar: Bir ticaret masali}
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The Market: A Tale of Trade
Pazar: Bir ticaret masali
Germany, 2008, 93 Minute Running Time
Additional Countries: UK/Turkey/Kazakhstan
US Premiere
Topics: Drama, Road Movie
Program: World Cinema Now
Language: Turkish English Sub-Titles

Awards: acting award Locarno for lead

Mihram gets the chance of a lifetime to invest in an exciting new business deal. But there's one problem — the cash isn't his. This smart, seriocomic tale of a small-time Turkish entrepreneur hoping to parlay his black market smarts into a legitimate business operation snagged Locarno's Best Actor prize, as well as Best Film awards in Ghent and Antalya.

DIRECTOR: Ben Hopkins
Producer: Roshanak Behesht Nedjad
Editor: Alan Levy
Screenwriter: Ben Hopkins
Cinematographer: Konstantin Kröning
Music: Cihan Sezer
Principal Cast: Tayanç Ayadin, Genco Erkal, Senay Aydin, Hakan Sahin
Filmography: 37 Uses for a Dead Sheep (2006), The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz (2000), Simon Magus (1999)
Print Source: The Works International

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