Tolga Karacelik – Gise Memuru AKA Toll Booth (2010)


The first feature film written and directed by Tolga Karaçelik, better known for his award-winning short films such as Rapunzel, Toll Booth tells a story of miscommunication, isolation and desperate alienation via a conflict between a father and his son. Confined to his own world of dreams, introvert, and reticent, Kenan is a toll booth attendant, who lives with his ailing father. Kenan’s drab life stuck in routines between his toll booth and home will change the day a new manager comes for supervision. (

Metin Erksan- Sevmek Zamanı

1.17GB | 1:37:46 | 720 x 304 | avi

Subtitles: English / Turkish

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