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Ismail's son, Tarik returns to his village after long years of being away and announces that he is engaged to a Latvian woman named Nugesha and although he doesn't have the means for it, Ismail still wants to be the one who pays for the expenses of the wedding. Several problems ensue as he tries to make sure that there is enough money for the wedding.Written by
Having seen rated almost 8, I expected to see something good, something different from previous local absurdities. Unfortunately I disappointed. Hearing high box-office hit, I have begun to doubt local audience's health of sense of humor. Players' manners resembled Recep İvedik and were unnatural, artificial. They forced themselves to be comic but they exaggerated and finally failed due to falling far from natural acting. Plot was so absurd as much as manners. Beautiful Slavian girl who falls in love with Turkish guy and comes Turkey at the expense of her threatening compromised Ukrainian fiancé and his fellows' wrath. Many guys are fascinated by this type of relationship and in order to fulfill such a dream rush Slavian dating sites. There was nothing to stimulate intellectual indulgence. It couldn't survive but being some kind of Recep İvedik. There were no place for woman, all women were given merely unimportant roles including groom's mother and enchanted Ukrainian bride who hardly talked. It was nothing but man-to- man garbage. They could have been shown Sivasians' pure accent and the way of living and generated more quality comics and humors. İmitating Sivas accent was also awful and couldn't substitute it. I fed up with seeing same style of absurdities and impatiently wait for high quality products that targets international audience credits.
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