A man falls into the Bosphorus on a snowy night. His son, Mete, half-heartedly searches for him in wintered Istanbul. As Mete traces through the undercurrents of his father's life, he takes on the role of the father figure in his family, both by heading his own search to find him and also becoming him through seemingly arbitrary forms of modern communication. Yet all of this transformation seems in vain and the personal and political problems become more visible.

SxSW 2013 Official Selection
!F Istanbul 2013 Official Selection
"What happens to meaning, when there isn't a fictional structure we impose on time and space?
There is almost no meaning in the 'now', and all once can do is flow and move forward through time and space. The unknown makes all actions and events somewhat arbitrary. The characters move through time and space without a definitive sense of destination. There is a palpable and urgent need to deal with the present. But all there is palpable is the inability to discern the cues that would unravel the purpose."