Sükran who works at pay box of Haydarpasa is around 40 ages. She has a son whose name is Veysel. He works in a factory. She suffered from her husband's political actions, so she wants to ...
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Sükran who works at pay box of Haydarpasa is around 40 ages. She has a son whose name is Veysel. He works in a factory. She suffered from her husband's political actions, so she wants to keep away Veysel from political actions. Veysel get lost. She tried to find him but she did not. She called upon the competent authorities to find him but she was refused. Written by
During the film the lead actress, very talented Zuhal Olcay tries to show the pain of the mother who has lost his son, and yes she does it well. But when her lost son's fiancée takes her to an old woman's house who -in her real life-had lost her son before you can see the difference between acting and the reality. I was almost gonna cry when I saw that old woman's face on the screen.She was trying to accept the situation and speaking proudly but you can feel the pain within her. To me that scene is the end of the film because after that moment no matter how you try you can't believe Zuhal Olcay's pain.
Once again you can see the difference between fiction and the reality.Reality really hurts...
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