Issiz adam – Einsam (2008)

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Issiz adam – Einsam: Directed by Cagan Irmak. With Melis Birkan, Cemal Hünal, Yildiz Kültür, Serif Bozkurt. Tells about those people whose lives have been isolated by modern lifestyles; It is also Foods, mothers, old songs and love that this movie is consists of.

“Popular Turkish television writer-director Çağan Irmak best known for his series u0026quot;Çemberimde Gül Oyau0026quot; and u0026quot;Asmalı Konaku0026quot;, proved his popular appeal with this particularly modern take on the somewhat overdone Rom-Com genre that has a peculiarly Turkish bent which makes it well worth seeking out for anyone who wants an insight into that countryu0026#39;s attitudes to love and sex.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eCemal Hunal certainly looks the part of a romantic lead as Alper and is not without his charms but the character he plays is so thoroughly repellent that it is impossible to cheer for him as he attempt to woo the feisty Melis Birkan as Ada, who one canu0026#39;t help but feel should have known better, under the kindly gaze of the brilliant but underutilised Yildiz Kültür as Alperu0026#39;s mother.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe filmmakers through in a fair few laughs, normally at Alpers expense, but these mostly relate to his degenerate sexual escapades and do nothing to endear him to the audience and it is this lack of pathos that was for me this films ultimate undoing as even at the end I could barely shed a tear when the film lived up to its English language title by leaving him alone.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIu0026#39;m living with tainted blood.”


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