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Kudret has always lived life by the book. Until, that is, his routine is turned upside down by a succession of surprise events. Kudret jumps into his much loved car and sets off for Antep on a journey that will take him from one end of the country to the other. As he clocks up the miles, so he makes a bunch of new friends. But at the same time, everything that could possibly go wrong with the car goes wrong and everyone who could possibly go after Kudret and his crew goes after them. By the end of the marathon trip, Kudret will have discovered both the value of true friendship and the delights of living without rules.Written by
As the ones who are used to Burak Aksak(the director and writer) style would know, he shows up with another absurd comedy with Kara Bela. Truth to be told, the screenplay is standard and quite predictable. However, thinking of the Aksak's style, it was not one of the main concerns when it comes to the movie. Especially Cengiz Bozkurt(Kudret) is perfectly fit to the character and has a stunning performance. As well as Bozkurt, Erkan Kolçak Köstendil (Güven) plays fair enough to mention. After writing Bana Masal Anlatma(2015), Burak Aksak appears with a better job. The movie has certain cross references to popular issues. In addition, quotes and gestures were rich enough, which made whole theater laugh in many scenes.
May be it does not offer the best storyline ever, yet in the title of comedy, it gives its title's credit. With the outstanding performance of Cengiz Bozkurt, film is already became a classic in the field of comedy. I would say, if you like absurd comedy and Aksak's style, you will definitely love it.
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