The Blue Wave
High school student Deniz has a lot of agonies. She talks about fashion, boys and music with girls of her age but isn´t fascinated by it. She is attracted to her classmate, Kaya, but also shows curiosity about a class teacher more.
Passing through this process, Deniz decides to go to the school in Ankara, not Istanbul University that the other girls want. It can be her own way that Deniz discovers.
The Blue Wave describes the things that contemporary Turkish high school girls agonize delicately. This film directed by two female directors shows the scenes of natural daily life as capturing the portrait. Women´s various desire reflected through Deniz is snaggled chaos, but the process is showing her growth itself. Her confusion isn´t solved quite clearly but the film heads to the ending.
Deniz goes on a trip to the beautiful beach with her friends. The trip shows it is the period that they should go through under the name of youth or as a privilege of youth. The film emanates the sentiment of youth and draws the women´s voice in it.
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