Three Thousand Years of Longing (2022)
A solitary scholar discovers an ancient bottle while on a trip to Istanbul and unleashes a djinn who offers her three wishes. Filled with reluctance, she is unable to come up with one until his stories spark in her a desire to be loved.
Directors: George Miller
Casts: Tilda Swinton as Alithea Binnie, Idris Elba as Djinn, Ece Yüksel as Gülten, Zerrin Tekindor as Kösem, Erdil Yaşaroğlu as Prof. Günhan, Kaan Guldur as Young Murad IV, Alyla Browne as Young Alithea, Nicola Mouawad as King Solomon, Angie Tricker as Narratologist, Hayley Gia Hughes as London Uni. Student, Jason Jago as London Uni. Student, Seyithan Özdemir , Burcu Gölgedar as Zefir, Berk Ozturk as Semih The Driver / Bazar Young Shopkeeper, Ogulcan Arman Uslu as Murad IV, Pia Thunderbolt as Ezgi, Matteo Bocelli as Prince Mustafa, Lachy Hulme as Sultan Suleiman, Megan Gale as Hürrem, Jack Braddy as Ibrahim, Melissa Jaffer as Clementine, Anne Charleston as Fanny, Aamito Lagum as Queen of Sheba, Aiden Mckenzie as Airport Passenger, Aska Karem as Airport Security Officer, Shakriya Tarinyawat as Businessman, Hugo Vella as Young Ibrahim, John Puckeridge-Webb as London Uni. Student, Anna Adams as Sugar Lump, James Dobbins Jones as Narratology Student, Tendai Dzwairo as London Uni. Student, Randolph Fields as Airport Passenger, Amelia Patomaki as Airport Commuter, Sarah Houbolt as Unsettling Man, Callum Moran as Lurking Bystander, Shane Miller as London Uni. Student, Feride Eralp as Female Hands, Georgiou Thomas as Rüstem Pasha, Arshia Dehghani as Prince Cihangir, Talia Tulin Sert as Seraglio Concubine, Melissa Kahraman as Airport Security Technician, Nathan Susskind as Young Man Soccer Player, Ronny Mouawad as Mustafa Janissary / Airport Surly Supervisor, Michelotti Edoardo as Mustafa Janissary, Prakash Paul as Mustafa Janissary, Sabrina Elba as The Watcher, Olivia Porter as Juggler, Burwaiss Ahmed as Byzantium Labourer, Quaden Bayles as Quick Change Boy, Botan Ozer as Ali, David Collins as Ozmet the Jocular, David Paulsen as Yael De Silva, Scholar of Narratology (Uncredited), Tahlia Crinis as Istbl Lecture Theatre Female (Uncredited)