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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
Like all of his work, Kivanc Tatlitug threw himself totally into the role of Ali (the father). He interacts with Efe (the child) in the most positive, sensitive and believable way. You lose your heart at his efforts to have his autistic son recognize him. This is not a fairy tale, nor a hero conquering the world scenario. It is a small slice of life, beautifully portraying a father's love for a special child who is non-verbal, but not unaware. Kivanc Tatlitug's scenes with Efe will tear your heart apart with sorrow and will ultimately make it leap with joy. A sensitive portrayal by all the actors, but once again, in a completely new and different character interpretation, Kivanc Tatlitug shows his extraordinary talent.
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