Elveda derken, named Lah'thet Wada'a in Arabic dub (A Moment of Farewell) is indeed a dramatic miracle. The director and the story writer indeed did a good job, they twisted the plot into non-stop troubles, and the endings in the story were brighter than any Turkish series I've ever watched (that includes Gumus and Ihlamurlar Altidna).
The story itself is very nice and realistic, the characters are well developed, the actors are good looking, directing is empty of goofs, soundtrack isn't bad and the filming is great. The title song, "Elveda derken", is great, I loved it.
The story features Lale (Layla in Arabic), a housewife with a loving wife and children, who secretly leaves after having brain cancer, and under treatment from a doctor who becomes her friend, and after filing a divorce case to not hurt her family, and keep away as a sick woman. Soon, Ege (Raja in Arabic) marries a woman to take care of his children, which was the nanny for his kids, called Zeynep (Zeynab in Arabic), who left Kerim (Karim in Arabic) because she couldn't bring him kids. It all twists to many troubles, relationships and separations and join-ups, and it is a very entertaining and dramatic show.
Watch this show if you like Turkish shows, it's great.
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