Director: Selim Evci
A couple, growing increasingly distant, attempt to rekindle their relationship in this claustrophobic study of alienation.
Mert and Selin are a young couple that seemingly have everything: good jobs, a nice apartment and each other. But as the silence between them grows, we find that they're suffering from life - the freedom, banality and boredom of the everyday. Embarking on a road trip in an attempt to reconnect, they instead find themselves drawn into a dire game of cat and mouse.
From first-time director Selim Evci, Two Lines is a window into the lives of modern-day relationships in Turkey, where the collision of traditional and contemporary values plays havoc with notions of identity and community. Features a crisp, economical visual style rarely seen in Turkish cinema.
“Psychologically unnerving and sinisterly suspenseful.” - Rotterdam Film Festival