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I don't have to tell much; "This is just a great movie" Kenan Imirzalioglu was excellent. The guy acting Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was also good. In my opinion Cansu Dere was not the best but she was perfectly fitting her character. Production was great too. As a Turkish lady living out of her own land -i live in Berlin,Germany- i am proud of seeing such a great Turkish movie like this one in Germany. Thanks to the director Mustafa Sevki Dogan, Kenan Imirzalioglu, the producers and all. I hope Son Osmanli, Yandim Ali will have a success at box office too. So that we can see the second Yandim Ali on screens. I recommend everybody to see this movie.
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