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A story we are not accustomed to in Turkish cinema, I think it is a very brave film language. Looking at the director's style, it certainly gives hope. Characters and dialogues are quite realistic in an exaggerated story. It's definitely a fun time to come. I think you meet what you expect from the cinema.
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