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This is antoher phsyco movie. The dialogue is sharp and smart. The movie remind me of Pulp Fiction. There are a lot of popular culture symbol on the movie. Meanwhile, the storyline is very engaged. You have to watch the movie.
A ticking-time-bomb insomniac and a slippery soap salesman channel primal male aggression into a shocking new form of therapy. Their concept catches on, with underground "fight clubs" forming in every town, until an eccentric gets in the way and ignites an out-of-control spiral toward oblivion.
This is a good movie about father and son relation. The storyline is not like a mainstream movie produced by Hollywood that always show us capitalistic story. In this movie, such cheap characteristic is confiscated.
The young boy Yusuf’s best friend is his father, who supports his family’s modest life with the honey he collects from tall trees in the forests of the remote Turkish countryside. Yusuf is a quiet boy, and his mother is concerned for his future. Perhaps he will follow in his father’s footsteps, or perhaps school will offer him other opportunities. But the honey crop is failing, and Yusuf has trouble learning how to read. The greatest fear strikes when Yusuf’s father doesn’t return home from the forest.
I don’t know how to describe this movie. Great, maybe then only appropriate word to describe the movie. The movie tell us that we’ll face irreversible moment that will change our life forever. Oprah may called it “aha moment”. Even, if you have a plan for your life, God will only laugh on it. The drama is meaningful. At least force the audiences to think and contemplate about their own life. Meanwhile, the chain events are smoothly connected. It just make the movie has a strong engagement.
I always fascinated by non-mainstream movie. I mean, by movies that are not produced by Hollywood movie makers. I always find a new perspective and inspiration from such a non-mainstream movies. Just try to watch French or Middle East movies, they have a different selling point, different perspectives and of course different inspiration. And Captain Abu Raed just confirmed my assumption. I find a different perspective and inspiration on this film. The star also confirmed my position.
A sweet-tempered tale about the power of fantasy and storytelling becomes a starker parable about human connection and personal sacrifice.