Thursday, October 15, 2015

Genre Director Onur Tukel on Finding Realistic Body Parts and Taking Inspiration from Woody Allen

Without spoiling things by revealing too much of the plot, we can tell you that Onur Tukel's latest film, "Applesauce" is a black comedy about infidelity, post-9/11 paranoia and severed body parts. Since the film premiered earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival, it's been making its rounds on the film festival circuit. In his review out of Tribeca, Eric Kohn wrote "Everyone and everything in 'Applesauce' is a comic time bomb prone to explode at any moment." Indiewire recently chatted with Tukel, who wrote, directed and acted in the film, at the BendFilm Festival in Bend, Oregon where "Applesauce" was screening. The audience responded appropriately...

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