Remake of a well-known Turkish musical comedy loved by generations, the film is about the adventures of flirtatious Hurmuz in late 1800's Istanbul. Hurmuz who lives in Taskasap, Istanbul ... See full summary »
Having failed incredibly many times in attempts to find a big talent and to be rich, the two producers (played by Haluk Bilginer and Cem Ozer) and their only two contracted singers (played ... See full summary »
A pretty young girl falls for an enigmatic, shy man who sweeps her off her feet. She becomes pregnant but is not allowed to tell him. His advisers are adamant. Back home, they have set up a... See full summary »
Ali is 18. His feet are firmly off the ground. The very idea of marriage seems like a game. But the bride's parents are ready and willing. Business ventures will be set up between the ... See full summary »
The story takes us back to the 17th century Istanbul, and the powerful times of the Ottoman Empire under the rule of Sultan Murad IV. Hezarfen Ahmet Celebi, Logari Celebi, Bekri Mustafa and... See full summary »
There's nothing like picturesque Turkey filling an enormous screen in front of you (along with Bahar- the film's female lead) This director took a double dare when he made the most successful series in Turkey (think America's Sopranos) finale into a film and then brought it's lead character to New York City. The film's unique opening dream sequence is unlike any film of its kind- with sets that push the limits and throw this film into a stand alone category. The Director still keeps the cultural differences both in the film's cinematography and plot. Apparently when this series aired in Turkey the country stopped what it was doing and turned on the tele.
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