of the untold.
Is what we seek to unfold.
One tends to believe to know the obvious, the familiar... But there is always an untold story, a hidden important detail deep in the core that gives the bigger picture a brand new meaning.
In the core are the unknown details. Sometimes big, other times small ones.
Details which make all the difference. The difference that shape our heroes, their line of success or failure.
Dreams are our fuel, it's how we keep going. With it everything is possible. It is what makes a seed sprout and come to life. But what is to be gained, lost or sacrificed on the way to our dreams unveils a new path in our lives.
Road To London (2012)
Born in Gaziantep, Göksu Üçtaş started gymnastics at the age of five. She settled in the Camp Training Center in Bolu at the age of six. For years she trained twice a day, six days a week. She lived for sixteen years in a room without a toilet. She was injured from the knee with an elbow dislocated. She later had cervical disk hernia that she would carry throughout her life. She continued to work. In 2012, she became the first artistic gymnast to represent Turkey in the Olympic Games.
The film tells the story of a Cross-country Skiing athlete competing for the Turkish National Team. Despite being one of the most popular sports in Winter Olympics, Cross-country Skiing is almost unknown in Turkey. During his participation in Olympic Games for four consecutive times, he never had a sponsor, he wasn’t interviewed by press either. As a four-time Olympian, Sabahattin Oğlago works all by himself on the mountains of Eastern Anatolia for more than twenty years...