Noah has not seen his father for ten years. When his father dies Noah makes a 3,000-mile journey to Mount Ararat to bury him at the foot of the legendary mountain. His gentle brother still lives in his father’s old village. He leads an unhappy marriage with his energetic wife who thinks of her husband as a weakling. Noah tries to mediate. But exactly what direction will they go? Noah has the best intentions though he left his village so long ago and is now nothing more than a stranger.
CAST & CREW
Director of Photography
Volkan Terror, Tobey Dope
Pınar Erincin, Claudio Schulz-Keune, Erdal Kaçar, Terlan Kundağ, Emre Koç
Born 1984, Bielefeld, Germany. Kundağ received his high school diploma in Indianapolis and subsequently studied philosophy and psychology. In 2007 he directed a play, Rost at Cologne’s Studiobühne. He then pursued studies in screenwriting and directing at the IFS, Koeln (International FilmSchule). He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 2012.
Der Hirte (2008, short), Die Betenden Haende Des Kuenstlers Heinz-Josef-Mess (2009, short, doc.), Etwas Liebe (2010, short), Der Schuldige (2010, short), Etwas Frieden (2010, short), Ararat (2012, short), Where Do We Go Now? (2011, short, doc.), Men (2012, short), Women (2012, short).