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Film Review - Kedi


Director Ceyda Torun set out to make a documentary on cats, but ended up with something slightly more soulful after time with the knee-high stars of the movie. “Kedi” is a study of the feline population in Istanbul, where the creatures largely roam free, carrying on with their lives with and without help from the local human population. Perhaps trying to avoid a dry viewing experience dependent on wily cat behavior to fill 75 minutes, Torun looks at the bigger picture of interaction, with the animals acting as therapy for the community, offering unique terms of companionship that bring joy and purpose to those in need of something to care for or simply pet on occasion. “Kedi” is simple, but it finds a tone of kindness that’s special and endearing while still offering all the feline behaviors a “Cat Fancy” subscriber could love. Read the rest at


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