This movie is about two lovers of a poor neighbourhood. Hüsnü and Müjgan love each other and they are on the brink of getting married. However, the son of Müjgan's boss sees her and ... See full summary »
Turist Ömer is a poor man. He finds a job in bank to distribute fake money for advertisement. He accidentally takes the bag full of real money from the burglars. He spends the money for his friends' needs while the burglars search for him.
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Osman F. Seden is a good director with a wide sense of humour. He made many wonderful films ant this is one of those. Of course the most important thing in this movie is the actor Sadri Alisik. Sadri Alisik is too great an artist that can only be compared to Charles Chaplin. In this film Sadri Alisik is a penniless tramp, while he was in a meyhane (place with alcohol drinks) two rich businessmen make a bet, one wanted to show the other that tramps can also be trustworthy. So they find the trampest tramp of country, Ofsayt Osman (Sadri Alisik). They give him a 1 million cheque, and tell him not to spend it before a month passes. Ofsayt (offside) Osman is named Ofsayt because he had no goal in his entire life. He never had a success, so people call him Ofsayt Osman. He was of course trustworthy and would never take even a lira (Turkish money) of the cheque. But he meets a ill girl (Filiz Akin) and spends some of the money for her operation. So he was sued for not obeying the agreement. The final scene is delicious and very touching. Ofsayt Osman asks while crying: - Dear judge, I've never had a goal in my whole life, now I spent some of this cheque for a young ill girl, is not that a goal again, is not that a goal? Of course kind hearted businessmen forgive him and happy end happens. There is another love story in the film between the tramp friend (who was a secret journalist in fact) of Ofsayt Osman and the daughter of the millionaire. This film is one of the several greatest films I've ever seen.
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