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A movie with full of real kindness and understanding others
It is a story which brings pure-hearten ones being sometime naive and kind but sometime frustrated to who are not known. The movie comes down from the golden age of Turkish cinematography by the purest and kindest generation ever. It reflects how a common-valued family can be formed of those who are respectful and kind. I believe this is a must epic which should be seen by those who care what makes a true human behavior with cherish to others. I recommend this movie to everyone who seek a peace even in the past. When I watched, I couldn't help watching again and again. Alongside this movie, there are some others in sequel, like 'Gulen Gozler' (Smiling Eyes), 'Neseli Gunler' (Joyful Days/time), which I strongly also recommend. All are best in the nation's best times of Turkish cinematography. The acting is superb. Such a skill I believe should be appreciated in full by any acting novices. Especially Munir Ozkul, Adile Nasit are superb and so devoted to masterpiece acting. Sener Sen is superb. He, whatever the movie he takes part, is such a huge actor. I believe he should be considered as a top all actors ever. Simply the movie portrays real good of being a 'one'. Enjoy!
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