Ali, a fisherman, devoted his life to his young son, Efe. Efe was the only son of Ali who was in this life. Efe is different from other children. Efe, who has a communication problem, is ...
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Ali, a fisherman, devoted his life to his young son, Efe. Efe was the only son of Ali who was in this life. Efe is different from other children. Efe, who has a communication problem, is not a child who can laugh and play and react to what he hears. As Ali tries to bond with his son, he runs into many barriers in communtion with him, and Ali's greatest wish is to know that his son understands him. The plot evolves around a father who loves his son dearly but going thru many struggles to create communication channels with his who carries the burden of the memories of his father, his mother and the woman he loves, will shape the life of both.Written by
In the film, script, dialogue, shooting plans were quite standard patterns.
In many parts of the film you get bored with the cliché of the next dialogue and the cliché of the event.
I think Bora Egemen wanted to play the guarantee in her first film.
Kivanc Tatlitug is right in cinema films, although he is very selective, I think you can't prove yourself enough because of mediocre and bad films in Turkey.
Finally, I wish Turkey to discover that it can make films, except for the theme of crying, laughing and love.
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