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Ali Osman is a former bully of city of Istanbul. But lately he gives up bully and starts to operate a synthetic pitch. He often meets his old friends, former bullies, too. One day Ali Osman receives a news which is related with his previous passionate life. Then the whole action stats as a chain of events. He learns not only he has had a son named as a Murat, also he realizes that his son has got a enemy called as Devran for his son's relationship with a attractive and fine girl, Karaca. Written by
First of all, this movie is a bad mix between godfather and eskiya. Also, all the actors are playing the roles that they've exercised in their previous ones. No add-on to characters, no personal interpretation. Nothing.
Additionally, editing was done as a cheap job, which is killing a potentially good script. Plans add-up to each other like sticked with a glue.
Characters are not giving deep, satisfactory make believe performances, which convinces you that you've actually come to a 2nd class TV movie.
Not advised, but if you like the godfather like movies, or a power slave which adores empty power show offs, then buy the DVD.
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