Recep Ivedik has been depressed since the death of his grandmother. Everyone who tries to help him fails. A young girl named Zeynep, who can't find an apartment, stays with Recep. Initially... See full summary »
Celal, lives an unhappy family life with his wife Sevilay and his child in a small town. Celal and his brother Cemal, running an electrician shop which doesn't go well. They are in debt. ... See full summary »
Recep Ivedik coaches the children football team in his neighborhood. For the training he uses the only free piece of land as football field on which he used to play football as a child. ... See full summary »
Sevkat Yerimdar, with his most prominent features of being ill-tempered and nosy, have risen among the other characters from the skits and after a short journey through television he is ready to meet the cinema audience.
The movie is about a man trying to impress his childhood lover, although it may sound like a romantic movie, it is not. When Recep comes see's Sibel he starts to remember the old days, from... See full summary »
"They spoil every romance by trying to make it last forever."
Süpürrr! (literally "sweep") is apparently named after the act of sweeping the ice with a broom as a balancing aid during the delivery of the stone in the sports named "curling".It is another humdrum tale of a ridiculous,ostensibly innocent whirlwind romance. Süpürr has all the mishmash of tired clichés.Oğuz (Cem Kılıç)is the kind,inherently good but poor man who has always had difficulty of holding down a job. Başak Parlak (Naz)is his on again off again girlfriend whom he has been dating for the last three years. Başak works as a sales manager in some firm. Her boss Alper (Jess Molho)continuously hits on Başak by having her beside in business dinners. When Oğuz can't come up with something better to get rid of his girlfriend's boss, he decides to ask Başak's father for his permission to marry his daughter. His would-be father-in-law says he will never give that permission unless he plays in a national team. Oğuz who has never been good at any sports hits on an idea when he happens to see curling players on TV.The story may sound like an engaging one but it's hard to bear with it actually. The acting is quite hammy, it lacks any sort of spirit and naturality indeed. The plot is rather predictable and it looks like a copycat version of a major Hollywood blockbuster. Moreover, the humor is very wry and at some points it sounds overly risqué and raunchy. To cut a long story short,if you are not into pure fluff just keep away!
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