Boston Turkish Film and Music Festival9th ANNUAL BOSTON TURKISH FILM FESTIVAL SM
March 25 - May 30, 2010

Deli Deli Olma - Piano Girl


Deli Deli Olma

North America Premiere

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Sunday, April 11, 2010    5:30 p.m.
Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts
465 Huntington Avenue, Boston

Directed by Murat Saracoglu
Written by Sevim Hazel Unsal
Cast: Tarik Akan, Serif Sezer, Levent Tulek, Zuhal Topal, Cemile Nihan Turhan, Ozan Erdogan, Yesim Ceren Bozoglu, Baris Uregul, Deniz Arna.

2009 / 95 min. / In Turkish with English subtitles


A warm story in a village of Kars ... like a story speaking another language, but a moment away from us but our people ... Two lovely village child; Alma and Rabbit... And a Malakan who's family migrated when he was a child from Russia: Miska ... Miska's youth love, a very angry and elderly woman Popuç ... Popuc's crowded, cheerful, animated family against Miska's loneleness ...

Stars of the unforgettable Yilmaz Guney/Serif Goren film “Yol” (1982), Tarik Akan and Serif Sezer are reunited in this film for the first time after 28 years.


  • Ankara International Film Festival, Turkey (2010)
  • Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, Turkey (2009)
  • Bursa Silk Road Film Festival, Turkey (2009)


Murat SaracogluBorn in 1970 in İstanbul, Murat Saraçoğlu graduated from İstanbul University’s Radio and Television Department. After working as a production assistant and assistant director for several years, he began directing television series. He co-directed his first theatrical release “120” with Özhan Eren. His second film “O... Çocukları” was written by Sırrı Süreyya Önder. “Piano Girl” is the director’s third feature film.


Deli Deli Olma / Piano Girl (2009)
O... Çocukları (2008)
120 (2007)




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