Fragments of This Beauty is a film, which imagines an unsolved massacre in Turkey. The film takes place in a hotel room. The camera never sees outside. We are watching two men. Their relationship is unclear. We don’t know what they are here to do, why they are distant from each other. What are they waiting for? Throughout the film the camera does not leave this room. At the end of the film, when the two men point their guns towards Taksim Square, again we do not see the massacre, but we experience it through the soundscape. For a long time, I tried to understand how a massacre could be reenacted from the soundscape. What would the auditory experience of a massacre be like? This film is the result of a long research process. For two years, I have been doing research on the social events that took place in 1977 and 1978. I conducted one-on-one interviews with witnesses of the period. I have been collecting visual and aural materials. The film will be shot in 16mm. This is a very rare choice of cinematographic medium in Turkey. But I can’t imagine this film in any other way. This is a film about collective memory. Bringing memory to the audience through tangible material is the most important choice of the film.