What will happen when street musicians play ‘the Internationale’, the former national anthem of the Soviet Union, in front of the Turkish military council? alludes to the direct and indirect effects of the Turkish military coup of September 1980 through the tragicomic tale of the violinist Abuzer, his daughter Gulendam, and the young revolutionist Haydar, who all live in Adiyaman. Since the coup, nothing is the same. Street musicians have been officially banned from performing, but they continue to amuse the locals by running a mobile nightclub in a truck until they are caught and arrested. However, the regional commanding officer assigns Abuzer and his band to form a regular band. Now the head of a modern orchestra, Abuzer catches his daughter listening to songs in secret. He composes a march that his friends practice in preparation for a welcoming ceremony for the generals. < International>, a winner of multiple awards including best actress at the 26th Istanbul International Film Festival and best film at the Ankara International Film Festival, is highly acclaimed by critics for its irresistible story. The film demonstrates the power of Turkish cinema, a national cinema still largely unfamiliar to global audiences but quickly on the rise.