Turkish films follow one another, are similar (a little) and are distinguished above all by their excellence. Seven months later Dried herbsby Nuri Bilge Ceylan, leading figure of local cinema, and ten months later Burning Daysthe admirable fiction of Emin Alper which, against a backdrop of John Ford settings, examined a sinister legal case in a village plagued by violence and corruption, a third film concocted by a Turkish filmmaker marks the spirits with its height of view and its formal inspiration.