A Turkish comedy film about an incompetent gang of criminals attempting to capture an oil installation in northern Iraq in order divert the oil to Turkey, which was the third highest-grossing Turkish film of 2007.
Ozgur (Safak Sezer) is a child of a wealthy family. But he is not happy with his life. Neither he sees support from his stingy father, nor from his rich father-in-law. Ozgur's love from the... See full summary »
Servet the accountant makes a plan to steal money from a client. He decides to get his brother-in-law Gökhan involved to use his account for the money transfer. When two more friends ... See full summary »
The name of the film, G.D.O. BlackCat comes from the names of three brothers; Gürkan (Safak Sezer), Duran (Volkan Basaran), Orhan (Serkan Sengül) - who all got lost in the big city and live... See full summary »
This fast paced farce begins with an apparently innocuous request from a village elder to take a recently deceased man to his home village for proper burial. Salim, the simple village man ... See full summary »
This film is just fantastiC: the scenario isn't so original. The actors aren't new: We know them all but STILL: it is one of a kind, just the way how they move, react, get crazy in some scenes is fantastic. I found this movie as cool as G.O.R.A. so I don't have to say much more. One thing that so cool is is that they get so (un)lucky after each try to steal money. It's a very cheap film, but also a very good movie: These are the movies we need, not all the new-kind movies where we only see computer-effects and a little bit of real actor-prestation. Because I start to get bored of them. Turkish movies are so COOL. And I find it very unpassed to stay that you start to get bored of M. Ali Erbil.
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