I Loved You So

  • November 16, 2013 / 14:00

Director: Orhan Tekeoğlu
Cast: Alma Terziç, Oktay Gürsoy, Kayhan Yıldızoğlu, Fatih Dokgöz, Duygu Yıldız, Tevfik Erman Kutlu, Alina Golovlyova
Turkey , 110’, 2013, color
Turkish, Russian, English with Turkish subtitles


The film supported by the International Organization for Migration is a heart breaking love story. Olga is the granddaughter of Mustafa who went to Yalta from Santa in the year 1906 as a stonemason. When the Soviet Union fell apart, Olga, unemployed, comes to work and settles down in Trabzon when the Sarp Border Gate opens up. Olga meets Cemal during a time when females from the former Soviet Union were perceived and labeled as “Natashas”.

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Beyond the Hills

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I Loved You So

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Trailer

I Loved You So

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