Iklim moves to London, a very foreign land to complete her university education. The cold atmosphere as soon as she lands and the distant people she encounters through her journey makes it hard for her to cope with this new life. Cold behavior of her flatmates and the people she meets at school that she can't relate to makes her life more of a lonely nightmare which brings back her anxiety issues from her past.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Yasemin Demirci was born and raised in Istanbul. She started theatre in high school and continued through university. While studying acting in Kadir Has University, she decided to quit her studies to become a filmmaker. She moved to Prague and studied directing & scriptwriting at Prague Film School. While studying, she wrote her first screenplay ‘The Visit’ which is directed by Egyptian filmmaker Mohamed Ben Karim. ‘The Visit’ received multiple awards from festivals. After that, she has written and directed her graduation project called ‘Innocence’. The film got accepted to several festivals such as Sofia Menar Film Festival, Los Angeles Cinefest, Lisbon &Sintra Film Festival and Venice Film Week. She graduated in 2015 and after graduation, she created ‘Nudus Film’ with her colleague Adrian Axel. They produced/directed several short films together which got accepted to several festivals. Yasemin graduated from Kingston University of London in 2019 with an upper second class degree and her short film 'Haftasonu' (The Weekend) which she made as a graduation project got accepted to the national short film competition of 30th Ankara International Film Festival and screened and awarded in many other film festivals. At the moment, Yasemin continues to make short films in İstanbul, Turkey.