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delicate. and nice. inspired music. good actors. and the absence of courage of director to build a real convincing story. because the basic sin of film is its fragility, the grace of a bashful exercise, the status of sketch though the possibilities and tools are numerous. it is a beautiful film but it could be a memorable one. because it opens so many doors without explore any room, because it remains a love story who use more the naive humor than the clash of cultures, because, after its end, you understand than it has not roots. an esthetically delight, it has all the resources to be more. Gorkem Yeltal remains only an ethereal shadow and Nadir Saribacak - victim of his cage- role . but it is far to be a bad movie. only, maybe a nice one.
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