Thou Gild’st the Even by Onur Ünlü (2013, 107 min.). In a small Anatolian town, ordinary citizens live ordinary lives, but with the help of extraordinary abilities like seeing through walls, freezing time, and telekinesis. However, none of these powers make them immune to the worries of the world—or existential anxiety and heartbreak. Stunningly shot in black and white, Thou Gild’st the Even (which takes its title from Shakespeare’s 28th sonnet) won the national competition and the International Film Critics Award at the 2013 Istanbul Film Festival.