Silhouette members discussed and debated Semih Kaplanoglu’s Milk (Sut) following a private screening. This is the second film in a trilogy (Egg, Milk, Honey) which were produced in reverse chronological order. The trilogy explores the middle-age (Egg), adolescence (Milk) and childhood (Honey) of the central character Yusuf. Yusuf helps his widowed mother Zehra sell milk and cheese, but he dreams of being a poet. However his world gets unsettled when he learns his mother’s affair with a man in town. The story captures Yusuf’s relationship with his mother, his anxiety for an insecure future and his painful journey from adolescence to manhood. Silhouette recommends the film.