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Mandira Filozofu (2013)

Mustafaali (45), as a person who left the modern life behind him and lives in Cokertme Village, spends his days by reading books. Mustafaali, a person who is against working, satisfies all ... See full summary »

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Müfit Can Saçinti (as Müfit Can Sacinti)

Writer:

Birol Güven
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rasim Öztekin Rasim Öztekin ... Cavit
Müfit Can Saçinti Müfit Can Saçinti ... Mustafa Ali (as Müfit Can Sacinti)
Ayda Aksel Ayda Aksel ... Güliz
Eser Eyüboglu Eser Eyüboglu ... Sükrü (as Eser Eyuboglu)
Ilyas Ilbey Ilyas Ilbey ... Man with Donkey
Begüm Öner ... Gülsah
Ahu Sungur Ahu Sungur ... Secretary
Hakan Bulut Hakan Bulut ... Halil Ibrahim
Kemal Kuruçay Kemal Kuruçay ... Real Estate
Gulnihal Demir Gulnihal Demir ... Gülfidan
Merve Dizdar Merve Dizdar ... Secretary
Ilter Kanat Ilter Kanat ... Giovanni
Halil Bozkurt Halil Bozkurt ... Gülsah's Father
Nevzat Turan Nevzat Turan ... Tonozcu
Burak Orhan Burak Orhan ... Security
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Mustafaali (45), as a person who left the modern life behind him and lives in Cokertme Village, spends his days by reading books. Mustafaali, a person who is against working, satisfies all his vital needs from the blessing of nature. Cavit, on the other hand, is a rich businessman who lives in Istanbul. He has worked in his entire life and all he matters is to work, to earn and to make savings. Cavit's life becomes upside down after he met Mustafaali when he wants to buy Mustafaali's land to build a boutique hotel in Cokertme Bay. Living far from the modern life in his small land under the natural circumstances, Mustafaali's philosophy confuses Cavit who is a person from a big city. Written by Anonymous

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Followed by Mandira Filozofu Istanbul (2015) See more »

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Just another propaganda movie for encouraging people to spend more
3 September 2016 | by cuneytsongulSee all my reviews

This movie is full of great quotes even though they do not refer to the correct sources. It is supported by the government(Ak party) to encourage some religious and spiritual values. If you really work in the farm than you know how hard the life sometimes would be. There is definitely a political agenda of making this movie. "spend your money do not save"! Good for the economy as you pay taxes.

I definitely advise you to watch it but the farm life is not as full of enjoyment as they show in the movie. There are a lot of counter arguments coming in to mind if you have general knowledge of philosophical approaches.


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Country:

Turkey

Language:

Turkish

Release Date:

4 April 2014 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

Молочный философ See more »

Filming Locations:

Mugla, Turkey See more »

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$4,080,294
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