Celal, lives an unhappy family life with his wife Sevilay and his child in a small town. Celal and his brother Cemal, running an electrician shop which doesn't go well. They are in debt. The only fun they have is going to the night clubs in Samsun. Celal's love for Sibel Ceylan who works in the night club, will cause him trouble. Celal's wife, Sevilay, saves her money, sent by her father who lives in Germany. She is unaware of the fact that Celal knows her secret.
- Stars:Engin Günaydin, Binnur Kaya, Settar Tanriögen, Ilker Aksum, Günes Berberoglu, Tolga Coskun, Binnaz Ekren, Ercan Kesal, Sinasi Yurtsever, Tayfun Sav, Nedim Suri, Serra Yilmaz, Zeynep Ozal, Serkan Keskin,
- Director:Durul Taylan, Yagmur Taylan,
- Writer:Engin Günaydin
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(ca) wrote: Classic Jules et Jim love triangle and Rebel without a cause remixed in British hipster style. Not irresistible, but Robert Sheenan's wild performance is worth the watch.
(fr) wrote: a gay movie from KOREA with taste...not lewd but interesting and of course hilarious...
(jp) wrote: One of Kevin Bacon's finest! I cry like a baby every time I watch it.
(kr) wrote: Awful. I will certainly be looking out for the name Marucci in the future so as to find out what not to watch.
(jp) wrote: It's hard to make a drama-free movie about Johnson's war in Vietnam, but this film comes close. We never see what converts McNamara from hawk to skeptic. There is the occasional mention of "the poor", but we don't feel LBJ's frustration at having to sacrifice The Great Society for a war he didn't start. There is no mention of public protests until the film enters its third hour. We don't see any of the horrors that turned the American public against the war. And the realization that the "kill counts" are not an accurate way to tell who's winning the war is played as a military math error. Most confusing of all, the film ends with LBJ announcing he won't seek a second term as dramatic, triumphant music swells in the background. What are we supposed to be cheering? LBJ's realization that Bobby Kennedy would beat him in the primaries? That -- as the closing titles tell us -- the war wouldn't end until 58,000 Americans and two million (!) Vietnamese were dead? The history of this period is the stuff of Greek tragedy; it's a shame this film failed to capture more than a touch of that.
(fr) wrote: Terrible production values (it was Canadian after all) highlight an only marginally amusing sex comedy. MARGINALLY amusing. There are a few good gags, but most of the scenes fall flat, with almost no characterizations, stakes, or connecting elements. There were however, lots of boobs!
(jp) wrote: I should probably give this film another chance, but the first time 'round it really didn't work for me.
(us) wrote: it was ok, but slow.
(gb) wrote: Gerard Butler might have just been officially declared a "one-hit-wonder". The fantasy turd bombs keep on a droppin. Even Jodie Foster is usually good and at least chooses fairly interesting and challenging material. This one not being the case. Plus any synopsis that begins with "a young girl...." means my cock is officially shriveled and devoid of life.