A guy returns home from military service in the terror-stricken Southeast only to find his younger brother murdered and disposed of in a dumpster. He discovers more than he's bargained for as he tries to find the killer.
Mehmet Ali Nuroglu,
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Daghan is a doctor who tries to get his proficiency however, finds himself in jail. He loses his hope, his future, and the most beautiful days of his lives due the crime that he has never committed. He is sentenced to life imprisonment.
Fahriye Evcen Özçivit,
Akin's life changes after his mother dies. He wants to escape the tough life in the slums of Istanbul. When his girlfriend Deniz leaves him, he chooses to go on a path that will change his life forever...
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I had to see this movie because my mother in law has a really small part in it and because I live in Rimini and it was hysterical, the acting is amazingly bad, the Italian characters are all some kind of stereotype (like Valentina the trashy girl from Sicily), all the wardrobe looks like it came from Way of the Dragon by Bruce Lee and mainly the Claudia Cardinale flashback was hilarious (the actress portraying the young Claudia looks nothing like Claudia did). A perfect movie that will tear yourself apart from laughing. I'm having a copy from my mother in law in order to add it to my DVD collection. Thanks Turkey for giving me something new for the "So bad it's good" shelf.
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