Born in Istambul in 1988, Mustafa Emin Büyükcoşkun produced his first short film "The sleep" in 2005, "Geranium" being the second one of his filmography. This movie is an intriguing story of a street vendor selling pirated movie CDs which was written, edited and directed by him.
The Geranium plant started from a cutting, grows swiftly and became the focus point, its evolution marking the time passing. ( I really like the florist's expression: "We give you a branch, you water it and it turn to a flower in two days." ).
The film action revolves around it until the geranium started to bloom, being somehow detached by the real world, this making an intriguing and original story.