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Mandira Filozofu Istanbul (2015)

Mustafali is a man liberated from all ambitions, living in Çökertme Cove, keeping to his own life style. But due to the sickness of his father, who had left him and his mother years ago, he had to come to Istanbul.

Director:

Müfit Can Saçinti (as Müfit Can Sacinti)

Writer:

Birol Güven
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Credited cast:
Müfit Can Saçinti Müfit Can Saçinti ... Mustafa Ali
Kemal Kuruçay Kemal Kuruçay ... Basri
Gulnihal Demir Gulnihal Demir ... Gulfidan
Alper Düzen Alper Düzen ... Hilmi
Birol Güven Birol Güven ... Boss
Ugur Alibasoglu Ugur Alibasoglu ... Halil Ibrahim
Mehmet Auf Mehmet Auf ... Human Resources Personnel
Nihan Durukan Nihan Durukan ... Ozlem (as Hihan Durukan)
Zinaida Chistol Zinaida Chistol ... Elizabeth
Mahir Ipek Mahir Ipek ... Sales Expert
Abdullah Sahin Abdullah Sahin ... Cumhur
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sonya Dicle Akbas Sonya Dicle Akbas ... Hospital Worker
Aybige Ayben Aybige Ayben ... Student 1
Vahhab Ayhan Vahhab Ayhan ... Holding Worker
Erkan Bizan Erkan Bizan ... Site Security
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Mustafali is a man liberated from all ambitions, living in Çökertme Cove, keeping to his own life style. But due to the sickness of his father, who had left him and his mother years ago, he had to come to Istanbul. Mustafali's philosophy will perplex Istanbul, a city that had been living happily with its own truths before Mustafali came along. Mustafali, a man who is against money, accumulation, setting targets, success and living like we won't die, will be disputing everything we know to be true in this fun story. Since he does not see success as a reward, he does not submit to the threat of failure. He questions life in international companies, plaza offices, secure apartment complexes, university cafeterias and student houses. He tells us how to stand against the modern world, a world that wants to sell us more things by creating a fear of the future. Mustafali calls out to the young people of the world: " I'm against young people being straightened out." Written by Birol Guven

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One More Movie That You Have To See Before You Die

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Comedy

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Sweet, funny and thought-provoking
9 May 2015 | by yildizonur-55912See all my reviews

I went to the cinema to just to spend some time. I had not so much expectation but this movie really surprised me. It was great to watch the movie so that it provoked me to some thoughts about our daily lives.

Producer Mr. Müfit has done an excellent job. He attracts our attentions of our ordinary lives and problems in the system of capitalism. He makes us to see from a different perspective. This is also a comedy film that laughed me a lot.

The subject is handled step by step and is binded well at the end. It finishes sweetly. Congrulations to Mr. Müfit and we hope to keep himself up the good work.

I suggested this movie already to my friends. Have a nice time watching.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Turkey

Language:

Turkish

Release Date:

13 March 2015 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

Молочный философ See more »

Filming Locations:

Istanbul, Turkey See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,036,837
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (RCA Sound System)

Color:

Color (HD)

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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