Commitment Asli

Commitment Asli

A Film by Semih Kaplanoglu

2019 - Turkey - Drama - 1.85 - 135 min.

with Kübra Kip , Ece Yüksel & Umut Kurt

Language: Turkish
Produced by Semih Kaplanoglu

Asli, a young mother who is trying to find a nanny to get back to work, finally meets young Gulnihal. Gulnihal is also a mother. With Gulnihal coming into her life, Asli faces her secrets which she has been avoiding herself.

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