If four couples meet at the same party, and a honey-sweet relationship begins between them, a surreal love out of nowhere - If every phase of the relationship is a situation comedy, where ...
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Zafer, a sailor living with his mother Döndü in a coastal village in Izmir, has just broke up with his girlfriend Mehtap whose father is also a sailor. While Döndü and her friend, Fahriye ... See full summary »
Again a cheerful comedy by Ata Demirer and Demet Akbag that takes place in the northern part of the Aegean Sea. In the story, which begins in Istanbul and continues on the island of ... See full summary »
The seven old friends decide to come together for dinner. Everyone is seated at the table, chatting, eating laughing accompaniment. During the meal, it is decided to play a game. The game ... See full summary »
Peker Mengen wins the post of mayor in a remote town with the promise of a visit by the prime minister and making the town a province. When the people do not forget his promise, Mengen ends... See full summary »
Promising a visual feast of colors, costumes, light and locations, SOUR APPLES will have you simultaneously laughing and crying with its powerful acting performances as well as Yilmaz Erdogan's witty and memorable dialogues.
If four couples meet at the same party, and a honey-sweet relationship begins between them, a surreal love out of nowhere - If every phase of the relationship is a situation comedy, where the sides get along well for a moment, only to quarrel the next - Can we then ask the question: Dear lovers, don't you have anything to do with love?
The writer and director, Yilmaz Erdogan, previously staged a play called Haybeden Gercekustu Ask that this film is based on. Although there was just one man and a woman played by Yilmaz Erdogan and Demet Akbag, who is also a prominent figure in Turkish cinema, respectively in the play, this film features four different couples. The scenario portrays some stereotypes in male-female relationships in an amusing and a witty way. See more »