Yasar and his wife Nezaket have kept on producing children in the hope of finally getting a male child. But they end up with only daughters instead (who they give masculine names). Now they... See full summary »
Shaban is Ramadan's best friend whom he met whilst serving as a marine in the Ottoman navy forces. But things get really complicated when Ramadan falls in love with Shaban's milk sister, Gulshen Sonofbubik.
Richest man in village, Saban is arranged to marry a beautiful Peril but the girl thinks he is rude and uncivilised bear. After learning this Saban becomes the best gentleman in the world to try to teach her a lesson.
Not technically, but emotionally that is the best film I have ever seen. I did watched it maybe more than 10 times and every time I see it on TV I cannot take myself watching it again and again. It is full of joy and kindness, it tells the life of great people, those who love each other with purity, those who share everything and those who care for each other. The music of the movie- which is cheerful when played fast and sorrowful when played gently- is perfect.. Just as perfect as those people in good old times and as the life they represent. The act is so natural that you either find yourself shed tears or laughing as loudly as you can. Every little detail is so fascinating. I do not know what more to say about this film, but it is certainly worth watching again, again and again.
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