Thou Gild'st the Evenis about the ordinary sorrows, worries, and troubles of the townsmen with extraordinary abilities. In a small Anatolian town, life goes on; Cemal is an assistant ... See full summary »
In a Turkish village, three siblings who neither know each other nor anything about their late father, wait to bury his body. As they start to find out more about their father and each other, they also start to learn more about themselves.
Pirated DVD seller Zafer who is formerly an extra in movies; swore to give up illegal works when his wife wanted to get divorce. To win his family back, he and his old-fashioned crew ... See full summary »
I expected more from this movie because everyone around me said "You must see this movie it is brilliant!" or something like that. Unfortunately I could just saw it. I dont say it is bad but it could be better even though this is second movie of Ali Atay as a director. Dialogues are awesome but sometimes they get so long. Movie has a great sense of humour and atmosphere. Also I loved the opening sequence. One of the problems movie has is cinematography, they fail at it. However jokes and sweetness can tolerate it. I really want to see more movies like that in Turkish cinema.
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