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In one scene, people chip in to pay a street cat’s vet fees, an act of instinctive generosity that’s hard not to imagine seeping into interpersonal connections.

Footage shows Halil Dağ leaping down off a rock at the historic Urfa Castle in southern Turkey before losing his balance and tumbling off a cliff edge.

She profiles seven camera-ready cats, all of whom have distinct personalities and nicknames: the Hustler, the Lover, the Psycho, the Social Butterfly, the Hunter, the Gentleman, and the Player.

A good director knows the importance of a good cast, and Torun’s got one hell of an ensemble.

In one section, a woman says that cats — who move in a playful, feminine manner — are like surrogates for female expression under traditional Turkish norms.

If you don’t express your femininity, then you’re seen as frigid. No one says, ‘Oh, what a slut’ to a cat.” “You also see so many men in the film who tend to these cats, and have this opportunity to be affectionate with a feminine being without it being misinterpreted,” she explains.

“Male-female relationships in Turkey are stunted, and they can express these kinds of emotions in a healthy way — you know, with other creatures like cats.” There’s also a sense of camaraderie and community that’s built from each neighborhood taking care of its cats together.

“There are, of course, people who are openly anti-cats, but they also happen to be people who are anti-people.

We had a really hard time trying to get people to talk to us if they didn’t like cats.” It’s a point the movie drives home: Loving cats may make you a lovelier person.

Despite scrambling to grab hold of something to stop his fall, the father-of-eight plunged 150ft, landing near a Kurdish restaurant at the bottom.