A Turkish remake of "The Jeffersons". With Ihsan Yildirim's cleaning business booming, he insisted his family leave the "plain folks" and move up to Etiler with the "fancy folks." It is ... See full summary »
A Turkish remake of "The Nanny", one of the most successful sitcoms in US in 90's. Melek (Gülben Ergen), fresh out of her job as a bridal consultant in her boyfriend's shop is working as a ... See full summary »
Yasar and his wife Nezaket have kept on producing children in the hope of finally getting a male child. But they end up with only daughters instead (who they give masculine names). Now they... See full summary »
father is super, and the others in the same town as well
people are all living together and they know how to do this in this movie.the only thing that we have to realize is that we need each others. all men loves their children as a father and want to grow them up properly.meanwhile they want to live their own life ,to be in love , spend time with friends.sometimes there may be undesired situations , death,spiting up,moving to an other places, fighting for just a little unimportant thing or thought. but at the end all these bad situations are going to disappear. This mean , they do not live alone but in a community which includes all of us as i said before we need this. during this movie you can see this communication from the beginning to the end.
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