Series looking at groundbreaking summit meetings that helped to shape the modern world. This episode recalls Chamberlain's three flights to
Germany in September 1938 to attempt to talk Hitler out of a war over Czechoslovakia. David Reynolds examines the battle of wills between the two leaders and considers whether the former British prime minster's reputation for being naive was deserved. See panel.
Relationship drama. While on holiday, Isa, a Turkish university professor, and Bahar, his younger partner, each express their unhappiness and decide to separate. But after an unsatisfactory fling with an ex-lover, Isa seeks out Bahar in the hope of a fresh start. In Turkish with subtitles. Review page 56.
Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan (2006, 15)
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