"When a nationalistic wealthy landowner's idealist son falls for a non-muslim prostitute, he finds himself in a conflict between his feelings and politics under the shadow of the " Events of September 6th-7th in 1955.
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Based on a novel, this movie offers an average quality of screen direction and production. Although the story is somewhat original, it quickly turns into a cliché story with unnecessary love scenes. For those who are concerned what happened to Crimean Turks in WWII, historical dept is definitely missing. Most important of all, this movie suffers from poor acting! Yes. In particular, some of the characters look as if they're ordinary people who have done acting wily-nilly. No good acting can be achieved by force. Besides, accented dialogs in this movie are horrible. To sum up, Kirimli is a waste of time for international audience.
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