Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Daughters of Anatolia


Outstanding doc which displays for the audience the daily lives, practices of a small family group of goat herders who migrate twice a year from coastal Turkey to summer mountain meadows.

This filmmaker has a thorough understanding of cinema, how it's shot, edited. Every shot has a point, shows us something about these peoples' lives. Every shot contains movement. Almost no verbal exposition. We get an unobtrusive peek into a lifestyle alien to most of us. The people are hardworking and likable.

This is how to make a doc.


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