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The movie was shown before I came to canada. And it was actually shown in some European countries. The movie has a truthful way about telling the other side of Turkey. The reason that I liked the movie was, it was not a movie that is been written with some silly, non-sense things which were not true about Turkey. This film was telling all about Turkey, how the life of the people who are living in poor places of Turkey.
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