The Very Best
This gorgeous drama-thriller is set in bustling Istanbul where different characters, mostly women, cross paths.
And when I say gorgeous, I mean of the drop-dead variety. The cinematography is reminiscent of the Japanese style of Kazuo Miyagawa or Columbus director Kogonada.
And it’s all matched by the dialogue. The first episode follows a woman who lays bare her life in a first session with a psychologist. The story then moves on to her psychologist seeing her own clinician, mostly discussing how she feels about seeing veiled patients.
one of the best drama I have seen. Netflix’s gem.
If you think it would not be possible to binge watch a series from Turkey, think again. This is an amazingly beautiful story, it’s hard to find the words to describe it. Cinematography is superb, if you’re into that level of detail. It’s almost as if watching a documentary, the actors are so good, so raw, so real-life. Highly recommended if you want to get away from any “typical” stories about life.
What did you think? Who should watch it?