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Hababam Sinifi Askerde (2005)

Hababam Sinifi is going to the army. After graduating from school, it is time military service.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Hülya Avsar ...
Deli Bedri
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Matkap Emre
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Sayko (as Peker Acikalin)
Cengiz Küçükayvaz ...
Kotu Kenan
Melih Ekener
Ceyhun Yilmaz ...
Volkan Severcan
Kerem Alisik
Zihni Göktay
Tuncay Akça
Hamit Haskabal
Nejat Birecik


Hababam Sinifi is going to the army. After graduating from school, it is time military service.

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Hababam sinifi askerde - Die chaotische Klasse in der Armee  »

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Familiar Material With a Nationalistic Twist
8 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

One of the modern reboots of a classic series, based on the novel by Rıfat Ilgaz, that first appeared in the late Seventies. The material will seem extremely familiar to non-Turkish viewers, with strong echoes of chaotic classroom comedies such as the ST. TRINIANS saga, and British black-and-white National Service satires such as ORDERS ARE ORDERS (1954) and most notably CARRY ON SERGEANT (1958).

The comedy opens with Bedri the Lunatic (Mehmet Ali Erbil) being outwitted once again by his anarchic group of mature learners. He has acid placed on his head teacher's chair that burns through his pants and leaves his bottom bare. He walks out of school to a chorus of laughter. In revenge he decides to send the whole class on National Service, even though technically they should have left school before they are eligible for this.

There follows a series of gags based on the familiar theme of the incompetent squaddies bossed about by their sergeant (Erbil again). The chief comic conceit is that the learners think the sergeant is actually Bedri the Lunatic in disguise, and cannot take him seriously. They only learn to do so when Bedri unexpectedly turns up at the barracks, claiming that he has missed his class too much.

The comedy is quite old-fashioned, with several gags based around the squaddies ogling their female counterparts in a fashion reminiscent of Benny Hill. There is also a battle-of-the-sexes theme, as the sergeant resents the presence of female squaddies in the barracks under the command of Major Zehra (Hülya Avşar). His antediluvian prejudices are soon put to shame, however, as the girls outwit the boys in a night exercise.

HABABAM SINIFI: ASKERLİK is nonetheless interesting, if only for its underlying nationalist preoccupations. We see several shots of the Turkish flag in the background, as well as the portrait of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. Right at the end a soldier is seen in medium close- up giving the kind of cheer-leading speech that would encourage soldiers to fight in their country's cause, and thereby fulfill Atatürk's vision of a great nation.

The film ends with a surprise twist, but this does not undermine its underlying emphasis on the importance of everyone forming a community so as to ensure their future irrespective of gender differences.

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