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Robbery Alla Turca (2005)

Hirsiz Var! (original title)
With the death of a billionaire engaged in illegal practices, his billion-dollar fortune is up for the grabs. As his art collection is being prepared to be sold at an auction, two Turkish ... See full summary »

Director:

Oguzhan Tercan

Writer:

Haluk Özenç
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Haluk Bilginer ... Seçkin
Mehmet Ali Erbil ... Ekrem
Birol Ünel ... Pamir
Gülse Birsel ... Binnur
Gamze Özçelik ... Ceren
Fatih Akin ... Lokman
Dost Elver Dost Elver ... Gökhan
Suna Pekuysal ... Nezaket
Mustafa Turan Mustafa Turan ... Kurtulus
Ahmet Mümtaz Taylan ... Ari & Avi Kohen
Haktan Pak Haktan Pak ... Fazli
Zafer Kayaokay Zafer Kayaokay ... Dündar
Haldun Boysan ... Fethi
Hakan Boyav Hakan Boyav ... Muammer
Esra Eron Esra Eron ... Begüm
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Storyline

With the death of a billionaire engaged in illegal practices, his billion-dollar fortune is up for the grabs. As his art collection is being prepared to be sold at an auction, two Turkish thieves from Germany are hired to steal valuable paintings from the art collection. Meanwhile, Seckin the fashioner designer - also the brother of Binnur, wife of the late billionaire - prepares for a fashion show in the same hotel that the robbery is going to take place. With the intervention of police, the beautiful model and her ex-lover, a hip papparazi, the two "Laz" mafia bosses seeking revenge, and the getaway driver straight out of Selcuk Erdem caricatures, the robbery is bound to go wrong. Prepare for a twist at the end as the plot unfolds towards a climactic ending... Written by Sinan Ozel

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Although the caption at the beginning of the movie claims otherwise, the black hair and the illegal acts of Binnur (Gulse Birsel) suggests that she may have been inspired by Aysegul Nadir, the famous Turkish smuggler. See more »

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Ya Allah
Written by Iskender Paydas
Performed by Iskender Paydas, Tarkan Gözübüyük & Demir Demirkan
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Nice casting, nice script, nice acting
25 July 2020 | by isenonderSee all my reviews

Robbery Alla Turca proves that Turkish movie industry could produce really decent, watchable comedy movies, if they wanted to.

Despite having some minor flaws, the script is really well-written. The casting is excellent. The movie catches your attention from the first scene and does not let go until the end. Although it's described as a "comedy", it's actually a decent heist/crime movie which happens to have some comedic parts.

I wish more movies like this came out of Turkish movie industry.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Turkey

Language:

Turkish

Release Date:

21 January 2005 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

Diebstahl alla turca See more »

Filming Locations:

Istanbul, Turkey

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Box Office

Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$4,676,537
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Imaj Film, Imaj, Medyapim See more »
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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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