The movie is dedicated to Inci, Ertan Saban's wife who passed away due to cancer. He never takes his wedding ring off in any of the movies he acts, even when the character requires him to do so. See more »
I am also far from my homeland and that is why when I started to watch the movie I remembered the hardships of a foreigner and I found closeness in the character of Sakip. However after they leave for Bulgaria, I do not think movie is developing towards good, it is not developing at all. Dialogues are not the job of professionals at all. Sometimes you feel that they put that scene to just fill in the blanks. Too much bad language,always drinking and anger in every situation puts audience in a bad mood as movie rolls. Swearing that much,I think,beats even "Snatch". Acting was good especially of Sakip (Saban), directing not so much, but I see that it was the first job of Ali Atay. Scenario is not great, it has a great beginning but not a good ending, dialogues are like the whole film crew were in a hurry. Anger and swearing killed that closeness that I talked about earlier. And I saw at the end of the movie it was dedicated to someone's father and wife, I would not send a present full of negativity (anger and swearing) to my loved ones. I would send a present where there was at least a little bit of love. Yeah love is the missing part in this move. I am not talking about that "love", I am talking about compassion. Anyway,aren't the most movies reflecting the spiritual (psychological) condition of the directors.
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