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Ozgur a young boy who lost his parents since childhood was heir to his grandfather's wealth but there is one condition that he has to live a while in a village otherwise it will be donated to a charity. ozgur goes to that village and runs into a girl named Elif...Written by
It is the Turkish remake of the Korean movie "A Millionnaire's First Love" that was made in 2016. Decent acting but but nothing was added to the original Korean movie, which is sad because they might have added a couple of more interesting parts related to the Turkish culture. Neslihan never fails to amaze me with her talent and ability to connect to her audience. However, the male lead wasn't as appealing or it might just be me being unfair because I had the Korean male lead to compare him to. I couldn't feel the chemistry between these two especially when you compare this chemistry to the one Neslihan shared with her lead partners in both Faith Harbiye and Kara Sevda.
All in all, it is an entertaining movie, especially if you haven't seen the a Korean version first!
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