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Moskava'nın Şifresi: Temel is the sequel to "Sumela'nın Şifresi: Temel" and the story continues where we left off. You should seriously consider seeing the first movie before seeing the sequel because you might not exactly make sense of the story . As you should remember, Temel (Alper Kul), our terribly romantic hero with his artless, naïve and credulous charm ties knot with his long time platonic sweetheart after he successfully saves the life of his sweetheart Zuhal (Aslihan Güne) and hits the jackpot in the ruins of ancient Sumela. The unexpected windfall he receives is the major element which persuades Zuhal's father to let his daughter marry Temel. While Temel is ready to spill his entire his exuberance into the whole movie, the Russian mafia is ready to chase after the windfall they have just lost.
The film uses the same cast in the first movie. It's again set in Trabzon against the backdrop of a few Moscow street scenes. The humor in the movie is again the typical Black Sea comedy which is targeted at the general movie goer. The farcical situations is again irrelevant to the plot but this time the dialogue contains risqué language. Maybe they thought that a stream of saucy stories would add up some color the movie but since the scenes are ultimately irrelevant to the plot, it doesn't seem to have worked. While the street scenes in Moscow and Trabzon look cinematographically beautiful, some scenes like the picnic scene in Uzungol (a lake situated to the south of the city of Trabzon,) looks more like a rip-off from a travel agency advert which is trying to create some of publicity for the city. If this were a TV series, it would make sense but on celluloid it feels just like 'oh they must have tried to fill up time' If you like absurd comedies, see the first movie before the sequel. If you just want to kill some time without the least bit of expectations, if you don't pay much attention to details like acting, storyline, plot and if you are indeed a hopeless romantic who just wants to have some good time,go for it. You might just love it.
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