Baskin is a 2015 Turkish surreal horror film directed by Can Evrenol, based on his 2013 short film by the same name. The plot centers around five police officers who have inadvertently wandered into Hell.
First screened at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2015, the film marks Evrenol’s feature film directorial debut. Actors Muharrem Bayrak and Gorkem Kasal, who had performed in the short film version, returned to star in the full-length film, joined by Ergun Kuyucu, Fatih Dokgoz and Sabahattin Yakut as the five police officers that make up the film’s main cast of protagonists. First-time actor Mehmet Cerrahoglu has received positive reviews  for his noteworthy performance as the villain, The Father. Cerrahoglu suffers from an ultra rare skin condition which gives him his unique physical appearance.
Five police officers, Remzi, Arda, Yavuz, Apo, and Seyfi, are dining at a restaurant, during which they start discussing sex. Their meal is interrupted when they receive a distress call from Inceagac, a town known for being the focus of strange rumors. During the trip Seyfi has a terrifying vision of a bloody figure and accidentally drives their van into the water. Stranded, the officers eventually make their way to Inceagac, where they find themselves in an abandoned building (back in the Ottoman days, this used to be a police station), captured by cult members and are subjected to a number of increasingly bizarre and surreal scenarios. In the end, they realize they have all inadvertently wandered into Hell.
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