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It was a great TV Series, not make me enjoy it just with its good players and a good written scenario, but also the spirit it has. Even in my college days, it made me look forward to Monday's, the broadcast day of the city. The main character, Sedat Yalcin and Buket Hazal and Cehennem Cevdet and Remzi Baba and the other characters which make it a "masterpiece" at all were unforgettable. It was a chess, it was a game of love, it was a tale of bravery, something you can't stop smiling, but also can't stop getting angry with something and also can't stop your heart throwing. It was also very exciting because of it's main characters jobs: Journalist, police, businessman etc. Aslantug's act is as brilliant as ever. And even it's her first acting experience, Arzum Onan did it like a veteran. I missed it. I hope DVD's of it will be on sale soon. Generally, the movies based on happiness and good relations becomes boring after a while, and the ones with good plot, acting and excitement are lacking of intimacy. I think, Sicak Saatler's power was coming from joining them together. Thank you Osman Sinav for being leader of exposing this tale into our dark eyes and help them shine again.
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