125 Years Memory | Ertugrul 1890

Drama | History
DIRECTOR: Mitsutoshi Tanaka
CAST: Seiyo Uchino, Kenan Ece and Shioli Kutsuna
PG13 (Some Disturbing Scenes) | 2015 | 132 min |Turkish and Japanese with English subtitles

28 April 2024



On the stormy night of 16th September 1890, the Turkish frigate Ertugrul is caught up in a typhoon and sinks off the coast of Kushimoto, Japan. Risking their own lives, local villagers rescue 69 Turkish sailors. This story of friendship and compassion covers two episodes: The sinking of the Turkish frigate in 1890 and the evacuation of Japanese nationals from Iran in 1985.


39th Japan Academy Film Prize: Best Sound Recording, Best Art Direction and Excellence in 10 categories.
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