FILMGOERS with strong leanings on the art, culture and tradition of a nation are set for a treat for a scheduled screening of the Turkish movie Mucize (The Miracle) at the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in Brunei Darussalam on March 19.
The movie is part of the Turkish Movie Night initiated by the embassy for the cultural and traditional screen entertainment of filmgoers.
Seats are limited and are now already fully booked.
The movie is based on a true story set in an idyllic Turkish village with breathtaking scenery and colourful attire of the villagers. Their rich traditions will engage and enthrall viewers.
Essentially the movie is set in the 1960s and centred on a school teacher, Mahir in his village with his fellow villagers depicting their culture and traditions, their humility, and their problems.
The film is a kaleidoscope of life of the community and individuals who make up the community.
Mucize is a 2015 Turkish drama film directed by Mahsun Kırmızıgul.