Steam: A Turkish Bath Movie Review 1996

Information and Film Reviews for Steam: A Turkish Bath the Movie

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Francesco (Gassman) is a young Italian businessman married to the equally busy Marta (d'Aloja) and living a fashionable life in Rome. When he learns an aunt has left him a building in Istanbul, he leaves to check out his inheritance. What Francesco discovers is that he now possesses a traditional Turkish bath and that the family his aunt lived with and employed is eager for him to stay. Mysterious Istanbul begins to work its magic as does Francesco's unexpected (and mutual) growing attraction to the family's son, Mehmet (Gunsur). Of course, Marta does eventually show up. Italian and Turkish with subtitles.

Distribution

Strand Releasing, 1460 4th St., Ste. 302, Santa Monica, CA 90401, Phone: (310)395-5002, Fax: (310)395-2502, Email: strand@strandrel.com, URL: http://www.strandreleasing.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 96 minutes.
Originally from Turkish, Italian, Spanish.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Gays, Marriage, Rome--Modern, Istanbul, not Constantinople, Adultery
Screenplay
Ferzan Ozpetek, Stefano Tummolini
Cast
Alessandro Gassman, Francesca D'Aloja, Carlo Cecchi, Mehmet Gunsur, Serif Sezer, Basak Koklukaya, Halil Ergun, Alberto Molinari
Cinematography
Pasquale Mari
Director
Ferzan Ozpetek
Music
Aldo De Scalzi

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