In My Dream / Bir Düş Gördüm

(Fiction, Turkey, 2020, 99’, C, En ST)

by Murat Çeri

with Nevzat Yilmaz, Harun Reha Pakoglu, Ferda Isil

In My Dream


Young Tariq loses his parents in a tragic car accident and settles to live with his great parents in a traditional Turkish village. He suffers from amnesia and can’t decipher the strange dreams he is having. A meeting with an orphan donkey cub helps him reconnect with his past.


« This film invites everybody, not only to hear the voice of nature and view its magic, but to feel the harmony of village life and connect to our own inner self. By expressing local values and attitudes to life, and sharing the traditions and customs that make people feel connected, I believe my film tells a universal story. My hope is that everyone who loves walking barefoot in the grass will also love watching I Had a Dream. » Murat Çeri

Film Author :

Murat Çeri
Murat Çeri

Born in 1980, Murat Çeri grew up in his village, a world of fantasy and fairy tales. He graduated from Philology department of Istanbul University. As a student, he ran a literary magazine Sarmaşık and went on to publish poems, essays and short stories with various publishing houses. His essay collection Biz Kimiz was awarded the Grant of the Ministry of Culture. After completing his degree at Cinema Department of Academy of Science and Arts and Philosophy in Taksim, he concentrated on developing his personal film and script projects. In My Dream is his first long feature film, drawing its inspiration from author’s own childhood memories.

Other movies: Competition Prix Sauvage

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