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The film is about the introduction of television to a small village in southeast Anatolia in 1974. Employing a tragicomic language, it tells of the efforts of Emin who is the village idiot and Nazmi who is the mayor of the village. Emin and Nazmi attempt to start the broadcasting of television in their village and face various difficulties in this process.Written by
Father! There is no battery!
Is it out of charge, twerp? Of course it would happen so if you left the lights turned on.
There is no battery, completely. It is stolen!
Yes, they have opened the hood and stole the battery, Ok! You opened the hood but why to steal battery? If they did not have stolen it...
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History, tradition, fun, comedy, a little bit drama, this film was very rich about subjects. Yilmaz Erdogan's first great film. Everyone must watch this film because it is teaching many things. This film shaped Yilmaz Erdogan's films in the future. You must watch this first.
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