I have become an Engin Günaydın fan since I recognized him at Avrupa Yakası sit-com. In fact he was already known with his acting before among many TV watchers. What he does now is he embarks on script writing and adds more talents to his career. There are many vulgar Turkish comedy films around in recent years. This is not a comedy per se but adds some drama and thriller with intelligence (reminding early Fargo Brother movies).
In the years of pulse, Turkey was unable to produce its own cars. But Pasha believed that Turkish people can produce their own cars so he ordered 2 cars. Gunduz and engineers with him must produce 2 cars in only 130 days!
I am not sure about the cinematic quality but this movie have chosen such a heart-breaking topic. It is a great work of art that represents how idealist Republican ideals were killed off by the Republican bureaucracy in Turkey. Naivete of early Turkish aspirations…
A British style foul-mouthed comedy that must not be missed.
I get giddy around big television events. The Lost finale this weekend certainly qualifies and a big question is, “Will fans of the show be satisfied with how it ends?” From Seinfeld to the Sopranos (for different reasons), series finales have a history of being disappointing. In this way, it’s almost easier when a show is canceled because then we get to blame the network as opposed to the writers. That said, I want to be satisfied Sunday. LOTS of other people are talking about Lost this week. Here’s what some of them are saying:
Disclaimer: I love the Scott Brothers, and am positively biased towards all of their work. (Yes, that includes Black Hawk Down and Domino.)
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