Ozgur a young boy who lost his parents since childhood was heir to his grandfather's wealth but there is one condition that he has to live a while in a village otherwise it will be donated ... See full summary »
A pretty young girl falls for an enigmatic, shy man who sweeps her off her feet. She becomes pregnant but is not allowed to tell him. His advisers are adamant. Back home, they have set up a... See full summary »
Year 1977, a September morning in Ankara... Yilmaz tries to rush his pregnant wife Neriman to the hospital and he crushes into Omer's car. This accident causes Omer's pregnant wife Inci, ... See full summary »
Ömer Faruk Sorak
A beautiful girl who has everything. Charming, playful, in her own words: 'too joyful to fall in love.' A sudden car crash, and her heart stops for a few minutes. When she wakes up, ... See full summary »
Farah Zeynep Abdullah,
Ali Nejat Karasu is a former race-driver and a playboy turned into a businessman. He runs Karas Holdings which is part of a group his father built while making a fortune in ship building. ... See full summary »
At 2 Ela lost her ability of seeing and hearing because of a severe illness. And then she became a total disappointment of her family due to her untamed behaviors. But everything changed ... See full summary »
Two young people figure out how to shape their future according to love and/or career. Then one of them finds himself having to decide whether to live happily with his beloved wife with the... See full summary »
Leyla Lydia Tugutlu,
Hüseyin Avni Danyal
A successful lawyer meets her lost childhood love after 13 years of deserting her poor hometown and abusive family. That encounter forces her to reconcile with her traumatic past and search for her lost family and their tragic fate.
about love. or only about a meet. one of the good examples of Turkish cinema precision in the art of romanticism and dramatic changes of the story. because, at the first sigh, all is simple. a blind young woman and a boxer. the growing up of love. events who change always, everything. and the shadows of the past. nothing original. maybe few traces of soap opera recipes. but the film remains touching at all. scene by scene. for its honest simplicity. for the admirable performances of the actors. for the tension. for the great cinematography.and this does Sadece Sen one of films about yourself. because it represents one of films with deep roots in your experiences. because preserves the flavor of old stories from the East but, in same measure, the bitter taste of contemporary every day crisis. because it is a real beautiful film. and this is the most important word about it.
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