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'Kedi' is a Turkish documentary on the cats that roam the streets of Istanbul. It explores the relationship between felines and humans that they come into contact with each other on a regular basis.

The film contains some references to Islam, including scenes that feature the Islamic call to prayer.

There is also a scene in which a man, who is implied to be Muslim, shares about his father's worry that he and his brother might be turning to Christianity when they were younger, because they used crosses made from twigs to mark the graves of dead cats buried in their backyard. The man had to reassure his father that they had only done so because they had seen these symbols in Western films and thought they were "cool".

Official MPAA Rating: Unrated

Expected ECB Rating: Genel zleyici Kitlesi


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