A Man's Fear of God (Turkish: Takva) is a 2006 Turkish film directed by Özer Kızıltan. It was Turkey's submission to the 80th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Humble and devout Muharrem lives in a solitary and meager existence of prayer and sexual abstinence adhering strictly to the IslamÄ±c doctrines.His extraordinary devotion attracts the attention of the Sheikh of a spiritual Istanbul group who offers him an administrative post as a manager for the seminary properties that support a school for orphans and poor children. Muharrem's new job throws him into the modern outside world he has not experienced before. He soon witnesses conflicting attitudes and dilemmas towards alcohol, charity and honesty.He notices that he himself has become proud, domineering and even dishonest.To make matters worse, Muharrem's inner peace is unnerved by the tormenting image of a seductive woman who tempts him in his dreams,both night and day.With the balance of his devotion now upset,his fear of God begins to eat away at his senses. He remains stedfast seeking forgiveness from Allah and guidance from his Sheikh in whom he has complete faith.
The Sheikh, throughout the story guides him on the mystical path through care and love. He helps him face his dilemmas and conflicts in ways that would help him advance on the spiritual journey.
The film ends with him in a bed being cared for by the woman of his dreams...
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