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.
Bartu Ben; bir 'az ünlü'nün, az daha ünlü olma hikayesini anlatiyor. Bir zamanlar reytingi bol dizilerde ve art-house sinema filmlerinde boy gösteren Bartu, birçok oyuncu için ciddi gelir ... See full summary »
Wolf Yener Ozer
Although the pavilions operating under the name of casinos, taverns and entertainment centers meet approximately 80% of the Ankara entertainment sector and feed the provincial economy ... See full summary »
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 »
The series tells the story of Emir and Nil's entertaining relationship by explaining the relationship between men and women in a humorous as well as realistic language. We see the ... See full summary »
Steppe, with its realistic language and characters, feeds from gray areas rather than typical good-evil conflicts, such as crime and punishment, sense of justice, conscience. See more »
Steppe is weird, right? Like it's just standing still. He stares at us like an old woman whose exhausted and tired of understanding.
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Turkish Cohle & Hart
Same themes/elements as in the True Detective Season 1: A dead body found under a tree, missing children, a troubled detective duo, abandoned school, a business magnate and his family. Throughout the series, emphasis is given to rural Turkish town life. However, not any aspects of rural town life is shown until the final episodes in the series. Supporting characters are cartoonish like the chief of town police.
Overall a good series with Anatolia steppes shootings.
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