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...
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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 crimes that happens on a weekly basis, the undertone of the story leads to an eventual duel between Behzat Ç. and the rotten department officials and bureaucrats. Written by
A rumor about the unknown surname of Behzat Ç. is that the Turkish letter 'Ç' is a reference to Che Guevara because the pronunciation of this letter is same as pronunciation of the name 'Che'. See more »
IMHO,this TV series makes more damage to the ruling party in Turkey than the total damage made by all opposition parties. I observe that the criticism directed by Behzat Ç toward the ruling AKPARTİ and the system in general has a great influence on ordinary people. In this respect, it should be acknowledged as an epitome of social impact made by a quality artwork. Moreover this impact is not limited to those who detest the government. For example, I never refrain pressing people to watch Behzat Ç. which contains numerous issues disturbing for a conservative, though I am an ardent conservative and supporter of AKPARTİ. Interestingly, I know many Erdogan (premier) admirers who disconnect home phones and close cellphones on Friday nights. What allures me and the others in Behzat Ç. is the property that nothing seems phony in it. The unification of genuineness, and heartfelt and balanced criticism turned out to be a shattering source of strength. Hence, its impact ratio is massive, however Behzat ç. is not a rating monster.
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