Wednesday, March 15, 2017

"Kedi" is the "Citizen Kane" of Cat Documentaries

Taking a quick break from doing my taxes (ugh) to give a hearty thumbs up to Ceyda Torun's charming and heartwarming documentary Kedi, which is now making the rounds of art house theaters nationwide.

For centuries Istanbul has harbored thousands of street cats. They are fed and cared for by the people of the city - and look remarkably healthy! - and yet they belong to no one. The film profiles the cats of Istanbul and the people whose lives are touched and sometimes changed by them. It is a magical film. Well worth seeing. You can read a review here and an article on how the film was made here.

Really, I loved it. Go see this film!


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