Free Man (Turkish: Hür Adam: Bediüzzaman Said Nursi) is a 2011 Turkish biographical film, co-written, produced and directed by Mehmet Tanrısever, starring Mürşit Ağa Bağ as Muslim scholar Imam Said Nursî. Imam Said Nursî passes through three phases, known to his followers as the “Old Said”, the “New Said” and the “Third Said”, during which time his writings, consisting of letters to his students about faith and religious philosophy, result in Risale-i Nur Collection, a body of Quranic commentary exceeding 6,000 pages. Imam Said Nursi stood for religious rights for the people of Turkey and paid a heavy price which we pray will be rewarded in the hereafter. Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation into the production following a complaint by lawyer Ömer Ediz Yoruz, who alleged that the film “insults the spiritual personality of Atatürk”, which is a criminal offence in Turkey.