A young man at odds with his father returns home when his younger brother runs away. But his father is a criminal mastermind and his home town is a complicated place. Will he escape the ...
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Aziz is the sole manager of the holding that was founded by his father and his mother. From the moment he fell in love with Feride, he began to question himself and his life. But there is a... See full summary »
This television show's plot is taken from the 2015 Korean series High Society. It's also about two different worlds. The first world is Kerem's (Engin Öztürk) world. Kerem is a hard-working... See full summary »
Ferit Aslan (Can Yaman) is a very successful businessman, and is extremely organized. He wants the same manner of organization in both his private and professional life. Nazli (Ozge Gurel) ... See full summary »
Ali Nejat Karasu is a former race-driver and a playboy turned into a businessman. He runs Karas Holdings which is part of a group his father built while making a fortune in ship building. ... See full summary »
A young man at odds with his father returns home when his younger brother runs away. But his father is a criminal mastermind and his home town is a complicated place. Will he escape the path his family have mapped out for him? Dutiful son Barzan returns to Mardin in Eastern Turkey where his criminal father has suffered a heart attack. On the flight he meets Yasemin, a prosecuter on the trail of Barzan's father. They fall in love, not realising that they will find themselves on opposite sides of a battle to come. But hearts follow their own rules and Mardin is a lawless place. Can't Run From Love is a fantastic love story that plays out in a magical setting, combining edge-of-seat thriller elements with compelling family drama.Written by
Most Turkish shows are 90 minutes per episode with upwards of 80 episodes. This is a massive time commitment and leads to incredibly dragged out stories. "Asktan Kaçilmaz" is 24 episodes long (40 minutes each) and it pays off on the relatively tight scripting and fast pace. Highly recommended.
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