The epic adventures of the legendary Baran the Bandit following his release from prison. After serving 35 years, it is no surprise that the world has changed dramatically. Still, Baran ... See full summary »
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When I watched this movie for the first time back in the 70s when I was a kid, all my friends and I began pretending those guys in the movie, the way they talk and walk. Especially almost everything Sener Sen (Sakir) said in the movie became instantly part of our slang: Konusma lan: Shuddupp! Dokunma lan: Don'touch! Here is a funny (in Turkish) conversation from the movie: - Cicek Abbas: hey guys, tea for everyone from me, I buy it. Let's celebrate! I am a bus driver too now. - Sakir: I don't want your tea. - Cicek Abbas: OK, tea for everyone except Sakir. - Sakir: What do you mean by Sakir? - Cicek Abbas: Isn't your name Sakir, Sakir? What can I call you? - Sakir: You don't get it. You should call me, like Mr.Sakir, big brother, or Uncle Sakir, or Sir, Sakir. - Cicek Abbas: Oh I got it now. But I am sorry, that was old days that you were my big brother or uncle. Now I am your fellow driver, Sakirrrr!
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