Remake of a well-known Turkish musical comedy loved by generations, the film is about the adventures of flirtatious Hurmuz in late 1800's Istanbul. Hurmuz who lives in Taskasap, Istanbul ... See full summary »
In the years of pulse, Turkey was unable to produce its own cars. But Pasha believed that Turkish people can produce their own cars so he ordered 2 cars. Gunduz and engineers with him must produce 2 cars in only 130 days!
When Altan swipes prescription drugs from his brother Nuri's pharmacy, they soon find themselves on a dangerous but funny road trip to get rid of the stuff and escape the mafiosi Altan ... See full summary »
It was a very well written story with very well developed characters. You could see that all of the characters had a story, they were all real, they all had reasons and all of them contributed to the story. The scenarist made us believe the characters, great job by Sırrı Sureyya! For example, the story of the mother who tried to send her child to Italy (sorry I don't remember the names), her story was very well developed and we could understand why she would do such an act. We felt her feelings that she wanted a better life for her child. Same thing for the story of Dona and Saffet, it developed realistically. The child characters were not left out, they all contributed to the story, for ex the boy who kept finding solutions and the girl who gave Hazan a birthday gift which was sent to her by her no-longer-living father. Great acting by Demet Akbağ. I also liked the acting of Saffet and Dona.
What I did not like about this story was a few of the songs ın the soundtrack list and the final twist at the airport which was very sudden and which was not shown clearly to us. Even if we get the idea, I would like to see a bit more about the twist which saved our characters.
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