Idealist Nazim returns home to his family in Istanbul after a 15-year gap away teaching in a remote Turkish village in eastern Turkey. Becoming a taxi driver he meets a single mother who ... See full summary »
Sadik is one of the rebellious youth who has been politically active as a university student and became a left-wing journalist in the 70's, despite his father's expectations of him becoming... See full summary »
Onur, who has been deaf since birth, works as a librarian. His father had left him and his mother when he was seven, and Onur has always blamed himself for this. Although being able to ... See full summary »
Year 1977, a September morning in Ankara... Yilmaz tries to rush his pregnant wife Neriman to the hospital and he crushes into Omer's car. This accident causes Omer's pregnant wife Inci, ... See full summary »
Ömer Faruk Sorak
The sailors who were duped by woman sellers, want to steal their capitals to retaliate from them. There are four men and one woman in a ruined boat. Four lazy and dissatisfaction sailors. ... See full summary »
Yazi Tura (Toss Up) is the film of two stories taking place in 1999. Stories of two young men... One is "Ridvan the Devil", a young football player from Central Anatolia, Cappadocia / ... See full summary »
In the years of pulse, Turkey was unable to produce its own cars. But Pasha believed that Turkish people can produce their own cars so he ordered 2 cars. Gunduz and engineers with him must produce 2 cars in only 130 days!
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 »
I recently saw this movie in Amsterdam. I loved it, the colors, the images and the music!! Could anyone give me a clue to the music? Who played this wonderful music? The movie content was artistic and original, i did not get bored, maybe the scene with the disturbed woman in the big villa alongside the Bosphorus was a bit too long, here and there things were a little bit like a repetition but i did not mind. I loved it. It was surprising. Especially the PASJA was a great player, I laughed! In general I must say that the men were not very sympathetic, they were rather violent and dominant...I' d like to have seen some more Turkish men playing a gentle and emancipated role of equivalents to women. On the other hand this was a story about extremities and realities that go beyond the ordinary dull average housekeeping, so let it be. If you read this and if you can help, please Please send me the name of the music in Anlat Istanbul, so I can buy it somewhere, it was beautiful! Thank you!
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