• 电影名称 Yol

  • ——The story of three families' search for freedom.
  • 中文名称 自由之路
  •  类型  戏剧 / 爱情
  •  国家  土耳其 / 瑞士 / 法国
  •  语言  土耳其语 / 库尔德语
  •  时长  1 hr 54 min (114 min)
  • 上映时间 1 September 1982 (France)
I am completing a thesis on Turkish cinema. I have seen many Turkishfilms, and I think this is definitely one of the five best andcertainly the best one of its' era though the underrated "Polizei"which "Yol"'s co-director Serif Goren helmed is right up there. "Yol"is amazing for many reasons. I have...
Yol tells the story of several prisoners on leave in Turkey. Seyit Ali(Tariq Akan) finds that his wife (Serif Sezer) has cheated on him, but whenher family insists on an honor killing, he cannot make himself kill her. Mehmet Salih (Halil Ergun) was arrested after trying to pull of a heist withhis b...
YOL is a wonderful movie in which five Turkish prisoners, who are alienatedby imprisonment, are granted one week of permission and discover that theTurkish society itself also alienates its inhabitants. The stories of thesefive men going back home for one short week are five tragedies : one of themh...
Five prisoners are given permission to visit their homes, and they get ontheir ways. Once out, we discover that we all live in a big prison, onendless roads which start and seem not to end. All roads end. Eventually.Absolutely harsh, touching, fierce, itching and scratching, disturbing movieabout re...
This excellent movie shows how people in their life are the prisoner oftheir situation. The live in a world and society that expects themthings to do and behave, and the do and behave as expected, even ifthey don't feel happy with it, or hurts them. They have to. This is alesson for myself, and life...
The artistry of this movie is astonishing in virtually every aspect of itsfilmmaking. What makes that all the more remarkable is that the footagewasall shot by the assistant director in Turkey then taken to Switzerland forYilmaz Güney (a brilliant writer/director who had to leave Turkey toescapeper...
Despite a couple loose ends, this film is so well made and the story socompelling and powerful that it must be considered a masterpiece. Thisis especially true considering that it was made in one of the mostdifficult times in Turkish history to make a movie of any sort,especially one with such stron...
Turkey is officially the only functioning democracy in the Middle East,along with Israel. But "Yol" shows that regardless of Turkey's officialclassification, it does have political prisoners. In this case, five ofthem are given a leave so that they can visit their families. While ontheir leaves, the...
Yol has a very special place in Turkish cinema.It is a masterpiece in myopinion.What makes Yol different from other Turkish films.The mostimportantreason is that it comes from its own culture.It doesn't try to imitateAmerican films or some others.It has its own way.This is really veryimportant in bu...
Powerful - is perhaps the best way to describe Yilmaz Guney'smasterpiece, "Yol". The viewer is seized almost instantaneously andconsumed within each struggling character. As the film progresses, thesocioeconomic issues surrounding "Yol" deepen but its authenticity isnever compromised. Guney manages ...
Five prisoners have been permitted to visit their homes. Each has adifferent story. In this movie, you will see people that cannot decidehow their lives will be, all limited by nonsenses. You will see, ineach frame of this movie, a well-taken photo of an expert photographerof the mood of people afte...
In this superb and rather restrained film, the soft, earthy andunderexposed visual style juxtaposes the harsh sonic shrieks of a childplaying violin, train whistles and screeching breaks, howling wolves inthe wind, and a woman screaming for her life in an arctic wasteland.Similarly, the simplicity a...
Thank Yilmaz Guney and Serif Goren for doing such a tremendousmovie.Actings are excellent.This movie is the proof of the possibility tomake great films with limited financial resources.Tarik Akan gives aperfectperformance.The most I liked in the movie is the hesitation of Seyit Alito leave Zine al...
Five men are released from a Turkish prison for one week to set theirdomestic houses in order. The various ways they set about dealing withtheirpersonal problems are limited and defined by the Muslim religion,totalitarianism and the oppression of women. Each man must seek a solutionwithin the strict...
Yilmaz Guney's film "Yol" is one of the best movies that Turkish filmindustry has ever made. There are several reasons for that. The mostimportant one is it says "Turkey is a prison weather you are in prisonor not.". Since you have to wear uniforms in your school life, sinceyou have to be a member o...
The review of the movie caught my attention. The cast the story thesocial life and Kurds social structure the women how they were treated,honor and revenge all these elements disclosed in the movie in suchphenomenal way.What touched me is when Mehmet came over to get his wife back admittinghis mista...
In Yilmaz Güney's extraordinary Turkish odyssey (filmed by Gören fromhis script and detailed instructions while he was in jail), fiveprisoners are allowed a week's parole to journey home. In many waysit's a story about the tragedy of distances: the geographical andhistorical ones that still separa...
The opening scene of a movie is the most important scene, covering allelements of cinema. "Yol" opens with an expressive, intense soundharmony that is synthesizer, and its high volume, and the guardian'svoice of notifying the prisoners about the letters sent to them. Onecan clearly feel the hope of ...
Yusuf (Tuncay Akça) wants after a long time, to find a woman, but atthe first military roadblock, he is taken into custody having lost hispapers. His journey is over as it will take several days to verify whohe is.Seyit (Tarik Akan) looking forward to his wife and son. But arrivinghome he learns th...
What made me watch this movie is that both l heard it from my friends alot and also Yılmaz Güney's name is enough to watch it.Both in Persian and Arabic, "traveling" means "mosaferat" and the"person who is traveling" is "mosafer".It is a common fact that Turkishhas been affected by these two prosp...
Here is a very extraordinary Turkish film with many differentcharacters dealing with very different problems at the same time, oneof the greatest examples of "cross-cutting" form, and whats more,beautifully done ! i have never seen such a strong edited Turkish filmin my life and i seem to be unlikel...
You know you are reading, or watching, a very good story, when thestory refers to people from another place, country, continent, and/orculture, where what happens is closely related to their particularenvironment, and yet, it touches you because what the story says it isalso very much applicable to ...
Yol was produced in 1982 but it was banned then.Because YılmazGuney was a political director so his film was the same.Especially theword Kurdistan was the first thing to be prohibited. If we look at thefilm the first thing to be said is that in this film we can see the"real" Turkey:what are(wer...
I have seen this movie three times so far with intervals of a few yearsand got amazed more every time. I am Turkish and I was a teenagerduring the time period portrayed in the movie. I can say with greatconfidence that those days were presented with a great accuracy in manyways. It gives me an oppor...
I had no experience with Turkish or any Middle Eastern cinema beforeseeing this, and it made me want to see more films from this part ofthe world. It is essentially a travelogue with completely separatestories of several men and their encounters in various parts of Turkeyduring temporary furlough fr...
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