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Late 19th century in Alexandria. Two traditionally rival Turkish families, "Seferoglu"s and "Tellioglu"s are competing for the "Green Valley". The winner will be determined by Daver Bey, ... See full summary »
Hababam Sinifi (The Chaos Class) continue to their adventures. Now first female students of the school history joins to the class and all Hababam Sinifi fight each other for them at first ... See full summary »
A feudal village in Southeastern Turkey in 1970's. A poor peasant, Feyzo returns from military service dreaming about getting married to Gülo, the love of his life. However, he has to face ... See full summary »
A janitor/doorman and his family who came to "big city" Istanbul, with the hope to live a better life. With the different characters living in the building, the story evolves around the ... See full summary »
Memo returns from Germany to get married with his love but his fathers killer Sulo is being released from jail. As a village rule he has to get revenge for his fahter or he can not get ... See full summary »
After the death of his wealthy uncle, Sakir who is an excessively awkward boy from an Anatolian village starts off to Istanbul to inherit all the properties. However, during journey to ... See full summary »
Not airplane, not other ZAZ films, not Jim Carrey. there are two reasons that I see this film the gratest: This film reflects Turkish humour, It is horribly funny. At the beginning of the film, it says that this film was made according to a classic Ottoman Comedy Art branch. It may be the reason. There are many Kemal Sunal films. He's a comedy phenomenon, I laugh at all his films; but in this movie Halit Akçatepe is also much too funny. Not even mentioning all time Turkish comedians Adile Naşit and Şener Şen; they are funnier. There are some jokes that cannot be understood in other languages; but as a result, it is a "must see" film. Watch it wherever you can. See the golden years of Turkish Comedy movies; they would turn out to be dramatic later on.
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