DirectorYagmur TaylanDurul Taylan Release date9 January 2004 DirectorsYagmur Taylan, Durul Taylan CastDeniz Akkaya, Hamdi Alkan, Burak Altay, Halit Ergenç, Nehir Erdoğan Similar moviesKevin Moore composed the music for Okul and The Little Apocalypse
Okul ("School") is a 2004 Turkish horror-comedy film directed by the Taylan brothers (Yağmur Taylan and Durul Taylan). It is adapted from the novel Hayalet Kitap by Doğu Yücel who also wrote the screenplay. Kevin Moore provided the film's soundtrack.
The school magazine editor Gökalp is in love with Güldem, a girl in his class. He writes stories and letters to her in order to win her heart, but she isn't interested. So he commits suicide after leaving a secret letter. A year after his death, strange things begin to happen. These are not just experienced only by Güldem, but also by those close to her such as her boyfriend Ersin, her best friends Şebnem and Ceyda, the new school magazine editor Umut and Vedat Bey who spies on the students with cameras. Gökalp's ghost returns for revenge just as the ÖSS exam week is about to begin.