Seaburners (Kumun Tadı) by Melisa Önel (2014, 89 min.). Hamit drives back and forth between Istanbul’s slums and a destitute border village close to the city. He works for Ali, a charcoal dealer-turned-human trafficker, carrying charcoal one way and illegal immigrants the other. Disillusioned Hamit’s only comfort is Denise, a foreign botanist who works at the local research center. Though Denise is suspicious of Hamit, she does not ask questions, but pressure builds on their relationship as a new group of refugees arrive and are unable to leave the village.