In a very dangerous police operation famous undercover Narcotic agent Ertugrul faces with a puzzling situation. Unfortunately he gets killed along with his wife in front of their children before he solves the secret in the dark labyrinths of the world of drugs. Sixteen years later, his older son Attila, who has grown up to be a Narcotic officer with the nickname "Panther", will seek his revenge. In a narcotic operation, Attila along with his partner Asena, who is a female narcotic officer, they seize a huge amount of drugs that belongs to infamous drug kingpin Hashasi who is disguised himself as a respectable industrialist Vahdet Bozcan. Vahdet who has strong ties with politicians, pressures the authorities to post Attila to another job. Attila being demoted and striped from all his privileges desperately tries to find his way out. On top of everything, Atilla looses his only brother Tayfun to a drug related crime and gets into depression. With the support of Asena and his colleagues ...Written by
The very problem with the drugs is, that people think it is a toy. They play and leave. But in fact it isn't that way.
That's why these movies are useful. Because the only way to fight drugs, is to arouse a consciousness in the society about them. Otherwise there will be more and more victims. People are weak when it comes to such things.
Drug business is related to power and you cannot expect, that this specific field would be ignored by people who seek power.
On the other hand, the movie criticizes the global popular culture which is misleading and misguiding young generations in all over the world. Their way of "fun" is like alcohol, drugs and sexual relations. It is degenerating and destroying the essence of the society. This process can be observed in many countries, not only in Turkiye.
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