It’s an ordinary day in Turkey... The media outlets, which have direct impact on the society, do many discourses about men and women equality as always; but there are many facts, which were denied by them.
Taan is a form of Sri Radhikas eternal love for Sri krishna. It's a collage of love shades of a monsoon river. Sounds are translated into words from near the river. The tide moves on, flows the water .An actor only sits on the spur, as if time eternal ... The speaker is seen nowhere , only the words whisper on the anchored boat. Passing air waves the grassland.
It's a travelogue... It's a search of love.. It's a scream of local sufferers who think that the river is actually a devil..and it demands life in monsoon.
Sri Radhika describes death as her love , and both are the same form of Krishna ... the lover. So.. Taan is love and death....and the deathly orgasm of river...Teesta.
Inspired by the city symphony silent film genre from the 1920s, A Sonata in Three Movements depicts 3 different train rides, each with a different tone, texture and colour scheme. It is an attempt to turn the boring and banal into the transcendental.