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For most of the people in Turkey, Super Baba is the best TV series they have watched. I'm also one of them. In Friday nights, it was very enjoyable to wait the time that Super Baba would begin. Super Baba was not so popular because of its original scenario. From the first part of the series to the final, we watched a typical story. However, the way that the story was told was completely original. We were waiting for a week for the next part of the series so as to learn only what will the unemployed man'Fiko' would do. It was perfect to find something from yourself in the conversations among the ordinary people in the series.
I can say that the best scenic that I have watched in my life is in this series.The topic of the scenic was Ipek's leaving Istanbul.Ipek wants to go to States for a job but Fiko wants from her not to go. However he can not change her decision. Ipek says goodbye to her older brother and all her friends. However her big love does not come to say goodbye to her. Then she gets into car in order to go to airport. She looks behind sitting in the back seat. The thing that she looks for is obviously Fiko. While her car passes near a tree she sees Fiko behind the tree. Fiko says goodbye to Ipek with only his eyes.
It was fantastic...
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