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Contemporary Turkish cinema produces 20-30 movies every year (not counting straight-to-video or TV stuff) and about half of them are good, decent movies worth watching. Mehmet Ali Erbil generally is the lead in the other half.
As a golden rule, never watch a movie with Mehmet Ali Erbil. He is not a good actor, has no comedic talent beyond fart jokes, and no sense of appropriateness or decency. He apparently has a following who enjoys to see his torturous TV shows, and ready to pay for more of that crap in movie theaters.
Also, never watch a Turkish comedy that tries to emulate the American ZAZ movies of the 80s. They invariably suck because of poor writing coupled with bad casting.
Finally, to be specific for the ones who are late to take the hint, never see this movie. Actually, forget that this movie existed...
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