Mahmut and Abidin work as comedians at a night club, Mahmut is honest yet Abidin is sly. Sulo brings a deaf and dumb girl named Kumru, to work in the night club, but the club owner sends ... See full summary »
An adaptation of the story of Sait Faik Abasiyanik, remarkably portraying the character's story-line, presenting his past and people he knew, who passed away in the past, inside the compartments of a train.
I saw this film at Filmex, a Los Angeles Film Festival, in the seventies. It was selected for the festival by Buck Henry. It was one of the most hilarious things I have ever seen. Hamlet was a female, so were Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Instead of taking Hamlet to England, as they do in Shakespeare's play, in this version they take him to the beach, where they all play volleyball in bikinis. I would love to see this film again.
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