High in the mountains of Turkey, the only two children in a small village cultivate a close relationship with a 82-year old neighbour, Nokta, while their mother cuts tea in the nearby fields. Seasons pass, but when the children’s father returns to the village with plans to move his family, Nokta’s future is cast in doubt.

What Remains is Mermanat presents a visually stunning portrait of a cross-generational friendship and a fading way of life. It’s an ode to simplicity without exclamation marks and brings in front of our eyes a Turkish reality that is rarely reported.