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Juxtaposing rural town folksiness and shrewdness with metropolitan contradictions of Istanbul makes for a genuinely funny flick. Every single character the audience witnesses has a few nuts and bolts missing, their grounding ever so shaky as they are veered off course easily by distractions, coming up with wacky ideas along the way in pursue of their goals. For being such a light-hearted movie poking fun at various facets of the seemingly normative and counter-cultural elements of society, unfortunately, it lacks any further depth and ends up being easily forgettable. However, for the duration of your stay, it will bring the laughter out of you, kicking and screaming. Recommended.
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