A drama about the early life of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey, focusing on his childhood in Istanbul, his political career as the major of Istanbul from 1994 to 1998, and his short imprisonment in 1999.
Set in 19th century Istanbul, Filinta follows the adventures and intrigues of 'Filinta Mustafa' - a police officer. Unfairly accused of a heinous crime, he must fight to clear his name "and... See full summary »
This was the awful movie I have ever watched in my life.Please tell me how it's possible to formally review a film titled K.O.Z.
Do not watch it. It is an absolute waste of time. It was also too boring. Also I paid 10 TL it was a waste of money. Than I heard that one of Turkish Political party giving tickets to its members for free. Highly political movie . It was produced in order to support the views of a political party. Also the the actors and actresses are not acting very well. I have never seen them before. Very small budget movie.This film is sure madness; a mess of epic proportions with so many odd features, amateur features, wooden acting, and loose ends that should technically derail the picture but, for some reason, do not. This is a charismatic film. One that doesn't allow itself to exercise more than what it is. It's silly, never boring, and embraces badness with a sense of lax, carefree fun.
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