Five movies to debut in Turkish theaters this week:
Koca Dünya / Big Big World
Following the story of Ali and Zuhal, two young adults who were raised in an orphanage, the film starts when the duo take their first steps into the "big world" outside the orphanage.
The film follows the struggles the pair come across as they take a leap into unfamiliar territory. They encounter crime in the first step they take after leaving the orphanage and face society. The anxiety and woes they face is reflected on the silver screen during various stages throughout the film.
Directed by Reha Erdem, this week's Turkish production "Big Big World" stars Ecem Uzun, Berke Karaer, Melisa Akman, Murat Deniz and Ayta Sözeri.
A United Kingdom
"A United Kingdom" tells the love story of Seretse and Ruth, a young couple who after deciding to get married face the social and diplomatic challenges.
Directed by Amma Asante and starring Rosamund Pike and David Oyelowo, the cast of this British production also includes Tom Felton, Jack Davenport, James Northcote and Merveille Lukeba.
Adapted from the namesake New York Times best-seller, "The Shack" tells the story of a grieving father who receives a mysterious letter telling him to go to a shack in Oregon following a tragedy.
Directed by Stuart Hazeldine, "The Shack" stars Sam Worthington, Octavia Spencer, Tim McGraw and Radha Mitchell.
Written by Anthony Jaswinski, this week's horror film follows the story of four college students who take a trip to Los Angeles for summer break.
Four friends, who decide to summon a spirit with a mysterious girl they meet on their trip, find themselves tangled up in supernatural and dangerous events following the appearance of a demonic spirit.
From the producers of the world-famous TV series "The Walking Dead," the film takes place in Los Angeles, in which Chloe, David, Seth and Elise attempt to save the girl from the satanic ritual while touring in the neighborhoods known as old occult sites.
Directed by Jeffrey G. Hunt, "Satanic" stars Sarah Hyland, Steven Krueger, Justin Chon and Clara Mamet.
Smurfs: The Lost Village
Directed by Kelly Asbury, this week's animated film, "Smurfs: The Lost Village," was voiced by Demi Lovato, Joe Manganiello, Rainn Wilson, Mandy Patinkin and Danny Pudi.
In this fully-animated take on Smurfs, a mysterious map sets Smurfette and her best friends on a new adventure.