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Gece, Melek ve Bizim Çocuklar (1994)

Serap, who has been living in the darkest streets of Beyoglu, is a charming woman in her 20s. A beautiful woman's way of prostitution and prostitution living in the back streets of Beyoglu ... See full summary »

Director:

Atif Yilmaz

Writer:

Yildirim Türker (as Yildirim Turker)
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Derya Arbas Derya Arbas ... Serap
Deniz Türkali Deniz Türkali ... Melek
Uzay Hepari Uzay Hepari ... Hakan
Deniz Atamtürk Deniz Atamtürk ... Arif
Kaan Girgin Kaan Girgin ... Remzi
Mehmet Teoman Mehmet Teoman ... Mehmet
Mustafa Suphi Mustafa Suphi ... Müsteri
Candan Erçetin Candan Erçetin ... Aylin
Ceylan Çapli Ceylan Çapli ... Semih
Cengiz Sezici Cengiz Sezici ... Osman
Nurettin Sen Nurettin Sen ... Ali
Ayten Uncuoglu Ayten Uncuoglu ... Sabahat
Bennu Yildirimlar Bennu Yildirimlar ... Gülsen
Serdar Bostanci Serdar Bostanci ... Komiser (as Serdar Bordanaci)
Ceyhan Firat Ceyhan Firat ... Selin
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Serap, who has been living in the darkest streets of Beyoglu, is a charming woman in her 20s. A beautiful woman's way of prostitution and prostitution living in the back streets of Beyoglu as a person intersects with him when a magical love begins. Hakan tries to take the pimp of Serap as a madman. The man who doesn't have the job can't do it. One day when Serap finds his lover Hakan in a scene he never thought possible, his whole life is deeply shaken. Serap will now be in a different life, running for different purposes. Written by Hamza Toklu

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Drama

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an angel, a night and a neverending story
25 June 2011 | by soknivesoutSee all my reviews

this movie has a strange place in Turkish movie history. atıf yılmaz is one of the greatest Turkish directors and like one of his previous movies, "aaah belinda" he made a shockingly original, warm, spiritual and funny movie. it is easy to miss his point in this high class drama, but this is a semi-documentary. it shows all the dark corners of beyoglu, istanbul. prostitutes, transexuals and their pimps are the protagonists of this movie, which is quite unlikely for a movie made in "1994". more strange thing is he creates a perfect atmosphere with real transsexuals, gay bars, night clubs. he made you sympathize with all the characters. at some point you will find yourself worrying about how this sad story gonna end. because it gives you a feeling that something tragic is going to happen soon. and there are lot of plot twists. it makes you sad, but not in a cheap way. there are funny moments like main transvestite character "fulya" says a story about his teenage years in canakkale, which is the smaller city he run away. this movie made in 1994 in turkey, which still there is not movie like this in Turkish movie history. even most of the Turkish people don't understand this movie. because it has all the minorities we don't see oftenly on the streets. this is a movie about dark side of a strange, but beautiful country.


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Country:

Turkey

Language:

Turkish

Release Date:

1 April 1994 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

The Night, Angel and Our Children See more »

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Yesilçam Film See more »
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