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Rated NR · 90 minutes · 1964


Two brothers, Osman and Hasan, disagree over allowing neighboring villagers to use the water on their land. Osman surrounds the water with barriers to prevent others from using it. Being a good man, Hasan argues that the others should also use the water. Confessing a murder actually committed by his brother, Hasan is convicted and sent to jail. After his release he learns that Osman used deception to take away his wife and marry her. Hasan loses control. In the ensuing fight, he drowns Osman in the water and then clears away the barriers.

Director: Metin Erksan and David E. Durston
Writer: Necati Cumali, Metin Erksan, Kemal Inci and Ismet Soydan
Producer: Ulvi Dogan and William Shelton
Cast: Ulvi Dogan, Erol Tas, Hulya Kocyigit, Hakki Haktan, Alaettin Altiok, Zeki Tuney and Yavuz Yalinkilic

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