A love story at the end of 1950's in Turkey, Istanbul. In the political era of Turkey in that years, two young people from opposite families fall in love. Their families don't allow them to marry. They face lots of obstacles for years.
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thank you cagan irmak! for feeling, and for sharing this with us..
it's one of the best Turkish TV series ever. why? first, the director/writer of the series has not added anything that never took place in turkey, i mean it includes no lies, no exaggerations. second, it is all about Turkish people, the neighbor relations were completely accurate. third, the relationship of the lead characters, yurdanur and mehmet, was not all painted in pink; we could feel that they were real people who had to disagree on some things and have fights from time to time. they were in love, but they were still on earth! fourth, i could always feel that the whole story was written with sincerity, with a purpose to remind Turkish people of their past, and not just with a motivation of earning quick cash. i can go on and on like this, but i think the summary is;thank you cagan irmak! for feeling, and for sharing this with us.
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