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Just About Watchable, if you have understanding of Turkish culture.
This Turkish television program series is just about bearable to watch. The acting leaves a lot to be desired, especially from Bora, who should not have been casted in the first place. The simple story line is that there is an Istanbulian police/detective officer, who is drawn into the life of a Turkish women from the east of the country, from a village (how original). The women, Cumbul is naive, heartbroken from a terrible, and very short marriage and determined to get revenge for the honour of her family by killing the husband who now resides in Istanbul. There are a lot of other stuff and characters and its just all muddled up. The directing and script also have significant flaws. If your Turkish, then yeah maybe, but otherwise, if you've got better things to do, than stay away please, for your safety and well being.
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