Cevdet (Haluk Bilginer), a retired commissioner, and his wife spend their pensions in peace on a farm away from the city. Suddenly the life of the family is destroyed by the sudden arrival of a terrible news from the little son.
Centered around a personally troubled, officially discredited police chief and his inharmonious police team in Ankara Police Force. Even though the show usually focuses on murders and other... See full summary »
Kuzey and Güney are brothers, yet they cannot be more different, both in character and also in their perception, much like their names they are north and south. While the older brother ... See full summary »
In the absence of Behzat Ç., a superintendent named Himmet gets replaced as the president of the murder Bureau. When the murder of minister of Interior makes a big impact, Himmet decides to... See full summary »
Agâh is a retired 65-year-old judicial clerk, who crosses roads with Nevra, the only female police officer in the homicide office. Is it only a coincidence that Agâh and Nevra approach each other? Agâh Beyoglu, a retired judicial officer, is living alone in Beyoglu, Istanbul's most populous and lively district. His daughter lived abroad, his wife died years ago. This monotonous life of Agâh is upset by the diagnosis of Alzheimer's beginning. He will forget all his memories because of his illness. Even if we do not accept this fact at first, Agâh realizes that forgetting is an opportunity. An opportunity to commit a murder he has planned for years. He will not remember this crime in the future and he will not take remorse for not remembering it. Meanwhile, Nevra, the female police officer in the murder desk, was on the verge of resignation because of the pressure on her. However, the murder decision of Agâh will completely change the life of Nevra.Written by
But sooner or later, I will forget things, right? All my memories, experiences will be erased, they will go away. What will happen to me? Phone numbers aren't that important. But what will happen to my personality?
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