Due to a political conspiracy an innocent man is sent to death row and his only hope is his brother who makes it his mission to deliberately get himself sent to the same prison in order to break the both of them out from the inside out.
On the tombstone on the Cakir family, Süleyman Cakir's year of birth is written as 1964, his sister Derya's as 1974, and his mother's as 1951. According to this, his mother gave birth to him at the age of 13. Also, in a flashback scene of the Cakir siblings selling steamed rice and chickpeas on the street, Süleyman and Derya Cakir are both little kids. Having an age difference of 10 years, one must be at least a teenager when the other is a little kid. See more »
Mr. Cakir, did you killed Sevko?
Yeah! I killed him and my friend buried him. And the judge released us... Any other question?
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Kurtlar Vadisi may be a good time passing movie for the ones who have to much empty time. Actaually I didn't like the serial at all. Why may you ask? Well it's very hard to see a movie who takes all the mafia com-plots in one, with poor action and bad acting. It seems just like they created the other Octopod (the serial Italian movie about mafia) with a little less touch. Also I didn't like the so called Polat Alemdar smoking cigarettes quite in every screen, making him self very charismatic with his Zibo lighter (a friend of mine restarted smoking for this, I am not 100% sure thought but yes it gives you effect). Well the beautiful actress Özgü Namal (in Elif Eylül role) tried very hard and she showed her best performance but she could't do any miracle surrounded by ''not at all good'' actors. Long story short ''Bad''. It's not worth being watched, as long as you have to much empty time!
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