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Küçük Kiyamet (2006)

Bilge lives a quiet and comfortable life in Istanbul with her spouse Zeki, and daughter Eda and new born child Alp. But they couldn't have gone to a vacation for a long time due to heavy ... See full summary »

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Dogu Yücel
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Cast

Credited cast:
Basak Köklükaya ... Bilge
Cansel Elcin Cansel Elcin ... Zeki
Binnur Kaya Binnur Kaya ... Filiz
Ilker Aksum ... Ali
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bora Akkas Bora Akkas ... Batu
Burcu Alptekin Burcu Alptekin ... Hemsire
Berrin Arisoy Berrin Arisoy ... Belgin
Ibrahim Can Ibrahim Can ... Doktor
Ece Eksi Ece Eksi ... Didem
Serra Görgünlü Serra Görgünlü ... Eda
Deniz Gündogdu Deniz Gündogdu
Eli Mango ... Bilgenin Annesi
Oksana Remez Oksana Remez ... Turist
Sinasi Yurtsever ... Cayci
Kayra Aleyna Zabçi Kayra Aleyna Zabçi
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Storyline

Bilge lives a quiet and comfortable life in Istanbul with her spouse Zeki, and daughter Eda and new born child Alp. But they couldn't have gone to a vacation for a long time due to heavy work program of her spouse who is a civil engineer. Also nephews Didem and Bora join to the family who rents a villa in Fethiye for this purpose. The family who will take the road from Istanbul next day fall asleep after a nice dinner. While they are asleep, a great earthquake occurs. Earthquake lasts a short time but the family who was affected from the quake gets off to retreat from Istanbul and this The Little Apocalypse they experienced as soon as possible. Written by omayra73@yahoo.com

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earthquake | istanbul turkey | See All (2) »

Genres:

Drama | Fantasy | Horror

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Sorry to make you think
15 September 2007 | by mrmendozaSee all my reviews

I only see two reasons why people may think the movie is weak, the major one is because they couldn't understand it and the other is that they may not know the setting behind it, especially the importance of it to Turkey. Because if understood well, I cannot see any reason why the film can get any negative comments.

First of all, even though it has creepy parts, the movie isn't meant to be a horror or thriller movie. That said, it is still much better in managing to build up the tense atmosphere than any other Turkish 'scary' movie attempts. Plus it isn't like any Hollywood that you can just watch to get scared without using any bit of your brain.

It's definitely a movie worth seeing, especially when the budget used to film it is considered. It may only be missing out on the visual effects, where the excellent progression of the plot and the storyline cover up for, move that enough.


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Country:

Turkey

Language:

Turkish

Release Date:

22 December 2006 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

Küçük Kıyamet See more »

Filming Locations:

Fethiye, Mugla, Turkey See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,179,300
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Production Co:

Limon Film See more »
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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