Bergen, a Turkish arabesque singer who represented arabesque culture in 80s in Turkey is a figure for all those who are exposed to male violence in Turkey. The film portrays this figure's life from childhood to her death by good acting and not engulfing in pure arabesque. Farah Zeynep Abdullah and Erdal Besikcioglu deserve acclaim for their acting. The thing is that some passages of stages are made all of a sudden. Apart from that I like the cinematography, acting, not the mention the fact that the scenario is based on Bergen's own life. What is more, at the end of the film, it calls the attention to domestic violence against women which should also be applaudable.
In conclusion, Bergen draws huge amount of audience to the cinema which suffered a lot from the pandemic. I have never witnessed such an enthusiastic audience in motion pictures for a long time.
Bergen, a valuable turkish arabesque singer, fights to stay afloat despite all the difficulties in her life.
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Tech specs720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
2 hr 25 min
P/S 14 / 14