Thou Gild'st the Even

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Thou Gild'st The Even
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Turkish Sen Aydınlatırsın Geceyi
Directed by Onur Ünlü
Starring Ali Atay
Demet Evgar
Damla Sönmez
Release date
  • 12 April 2013 (2013-04-12)(IIFF)
Running time
107 minutes
CountryTurkey
LanguageTurkish

Thou Gild'st The Even (Turkish : Sen Aydınlatırsın Geceyi) is a 2013 Turkish drama film directed by Onur Ünlü. [1]

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