This is a forced imitation art-house movie that is so empty and blatantly meaningless, the mind boggles. Any student movie made in Turkey deserves to go on the cinema screen more than this trite attempt by a popstar. The only redeeming quality is the carbon copy of a character in a popular Turkish comedy sitcom and the scene with him trying to make it with a tourist. Seda Akman's acting skills standout in this celluloid No Man's Land. The annoyingly misty soap opera soundtrack that crops up every few scenes is enough drive you nuts. Apparently, Teoman is someone who doesn't know what to do with his money and wanted try out acting and directing, and wanted to do it at the same time. Hopefully, he views himself as going through a learning process. Otherwise he's a lost cause.
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