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With all the fuss about ticket price shares for the producers and the fight between cinema operators and the movie makers, I was hoping that Turkish movie makers were atleast trying to defend the good product that they created.
After i watched it on the Netflix after the 2nd week of theatrical release!! I was surprised that this title didn't even come close to the first movie, which was very good.
I didn't even liked the acting except Kivanc Tatlitug's performance. I think, by alone, his portrayel of the the Sari Saruhan was the only good thing with the movie.
Movie relied on the panaromic shots of the Istanbul and the background music so much, it was like a music video.
There was no script, dialouges were so cheesy. I think i laughed at some point and i cannot even remember where it was and who was involved on that scene.
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