Russian Ark (2002) historical drama film directed by Alexander Sokurov. It was filmed entirely in the Winter Palace of the Russian State Hermitage Museum using a single 96-minute Steadicam sequence shot.
Cahit Tomruk is a Turkish German in his 40s. He has given up on life after the death of his wife and seeks solace in alcohol. One night, he intentionally drives his car head-on into a wall, and barely survives. At the psychiatric clinic he is taken to, Sibel, another Turkish German who has tried to commit suicide, approaches him. She asks him to carry out a formal marriage with her so that she can break out of the strict rules of her family. And he agrees.