Five wonderful and dumbfounding youthful sisters get to be detained in their own particular home, taboo by their controlling, moderate seniors from having any contact with the outside world—particularly young men.
The reason of “Mustang” may sound commonplace—and outwardly, executive and co-essayist Deniz Gamze Ergüven seems to have acquired a couple signs from Sofia Coppola’s mixing 1999 introduction, “The Virgin Suicides,” in making her own component film debut. Be that as it may, “Mustang” gets you with its own feeling of frequenting despairing, and additionally an expanding sentiment direness and offend.
Set in a beach front town in northern Turkey, “Mustang” puts a social twist on stories of adolescent young lady tension and sexual blooming that presumably will appear to be rankling to numerous viewers in its shut mindedness, its old unbendability. However, while it happens in a certain part of the world, its feelings are all around unmistakable, similar to the capable longing of its young, female characters to set up their own personalities and declare their own particular yearnings.