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Basak Taner - Istanbul, Turkey - Turkish (Global Lives Project, 2013) - 08:00:00-08:29:59

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Should I go straight, or turn left? Probably, straight. Should I turn here? Hello dear, how are you? I'm good, good. I'm in Selamiçeşme right now. I'll deliver some medicine first and then come to you. I'll bring your medicine. I'll come home first and leave the car. We'll be together, right? Maybe we can go to the park. Okay, do whatever you need to do. It'll probably take me about 40 minutes to get there. Do you need anything? I can buy it on my way back. Okay dear. Bye-bye. Which one is Ahmet Bey's apartment? Whose? Which number does Ahmet Bey live in? Let me call him. Which number was it? The other side? - There is another block. No, no. It must be this one. Let me call. I forgot their apartment number. I go to a thousand of places. This is Başak. I brought medicine for Ahmet Ürekli. Wrong apartment. - Sorry, sorry. Why doesn't the line connect? Let's try this one. Hello. Hello Ahmet Bey. I'm ringing the bell, am I ringing the wrong bell? Okay, I'll ring that one. Okay, okay I'm coming. I'll see you. Bye-bye, I brought your medicine. How many apartments are there here? I'm here. Hello. - Başak Hanım, welcome. Please come in. You brought the medicine, thank you. Dad, Başak Hanım is here. She brought your medicine. - How are you, are you well? - Welcome. Here is your medicine. Are you well? - Thank you dear. Will you come in? Okay, I'll come in for a few minutes. - Please, don't take off your shoes. We can have a little chat. - Please, don't take them off. How have you been since the last time? - Thank you. How are you? Thanks a lot. We're good. - Welcome. Welcome. How are you, are you good? - He can't hear well as you know. Yes, yes. How are you, are you good? - Thank you. I'm retired. - Yes, yes. It's old age, retirement. Everything. But you still look good. You look good! Thank you very much. - Thank you! Are you well, too? - I'm fine, thank you. You have sons if I'm not wrong. - Yes, yes. - How are they? The younger one started his military service 10 days ago. He's evaded it for a long time, he was very scared. Yes. - But the police was about to go after him. He went to Bilecik. They will probably send him to the East from there. Good luck to him. - Let's hope for the best. This is what happens when you flee. One shouldn't do that. I hope he completes it in good health. - I hope so dear. I started delivering the medicine. - Very nice. - Though I was a bit late today. It's okay. - I hope I wasn't late for you. - No, it was exactly in time. Do you need anything else? - Not right now. We will order again when he needs more. Of course, I'll bring them to you. - I know you will. Coffee, tea, anything? - No, thank you. - I can give you cola or something else. I can have a glass of water. - Okay. - Thanks for the trouble. Do you usually stay at home, Grandpa Ahmet? - Speak a bit louder, please. Do you usually stay at home? - Pardon? - Do you stay at home? Yes. - You stay at home? - Yes, yes. I have difficulty walking, so I don't go out much. You stay at home, yeah. He used to go to the park, but he can't go much this year. - Yeah. He is 91 years old. - God bless him. You know he has to take his medicine regularly. - Yeah. I was a civil servant for 47 years. - Yes. - Now, I'm sitting. Thank you for the trouble. - How about you, would you like to drink anything? Thanks for the water. - You're welcome. - I will now ask your permission to leave. Because I have more medicine to deliver. - Okay dear. Thanks a lot. - Dad, Başak Hanım is leaving, she brought your medicine. Thank you. - See you later. Please don't get up. - Thank you. Goodbye. Please, don't get up. See you later. - See you later dear. - Take care. You take care too. - We'll be in touch if you need anything else. - Thanks a lot. I'll be happy to. Thank you. - Goodbye. Thank you, see you later. Have a nice day. - Thanks. Kitty! Black kitty. What happened? What's wrong dear? See you later. Oh God! It started to rain. There is a single hole in the street and I managed to run into it! You go please. Oh, they painted the stairs here! In support of Gezi. You're too beautiful!

Video Details

Duration: 30 minutes and 2 seconds
Country: Turkey
Language: Turkish
Producer: Mutlu Vrysopoulos
Views: 97
Posted by: globallives on Aug 20, 2014

Basak delivers.

This is part of a 24-hour recording of a day in the life of Basak Taner, a pharmaceutical delivery person in Istanbul, Turkey. Produced by Mutlu Vrysopoulos, Onur Aldogan, Huseyin Kok, Orhan Caliskan, Mert Aldogan, Semih Gur, Suphi Uzun and Muhammed Genc, this video is part of the Global Lives Project, a video library of life experience.

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