Muhammed Ali is a deaf and walking disabled boy. His biggest dream is to be able to walk one day. For long years, he was under doctor observation and waiting for the moment he can walk after his surgery. When he is 14 years old, his doctor tells him surgery may cause bigger problems and suggests swimming. His grandma Ümmü talks to directress of swimming pool. Swimming trainer Cenk voluntarily accepts to teach Muhammed Ali how to swim. Muhammed Ali has a new dream in his life: Becoming a swimming champion.
Nursen Çetin Köreken
Nursen Çetin Köreken was born in Bulgaria in 1981. She studied Turkish Language and Literature, and Tourism and Hotel Management in college. She wrote and produced the Turkish-German co-production feature film "Blue Bicycle". The film participated in more than thirty national and international film festivals, including Berlin Film Festival, and won many awards, including the best film. She is married and has two children.
Ümit Köreken was born in Akşehir in 1978. He studied Business Administration in college. He has been writing radio plays, short plays, stage plays, short stories, memoirs and scenarios.His plays and stories are published in many different outlets. His first book is published in 2011. He received film production training in 2011. He wrote and directed the Turkish-German co-production feature film "Blue Bicycle".