Klamek ji bo Beko

Klamek ji bo Beko (A Song for Beko) is a 1992 film written and directed by Nizamettin Arıç. It is one of the first Kurdish films.[1][2]

Klamek ji bo Beko
Directed byNizamettin Arıç
Written byNizamettin Arıç
Produced byMargarita Woskanjan Filmproduktion
StarringNizamettin Arıç,
Bezara Arsen
Distributed byMargarita Woskanjan
Release date
  • 1992 (1992)
Running time
100 minutes
LanguageKurdish

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The odyssey of a Kurdish man (Beko) in search of his brother, who has fled to avoid being drafted into the Turkish Armed Forces.[3] Escaping arrest in Turkey, he flees to Syria and from there to Iraqi Kurdistan, where he finally finds refuge among displaced children. In Iraq, Beko manages to survive the Iraqi chemical attacks in 1988, and along with a blind girl, he makes it to Germany. Eventually he discovers that his brother was drafted in the Army and killed in the conflict with Kurdish guerillas.

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