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July 26, 2021
ARTS & LEISURE

Turkish film screening nights

As of today, the “Yunus Emre” Turkish Cultural Centre in Bucharest will present, every Tuesday, starting 7pm, some of the most iconic films of Turkish cinema. All productions will be presented with English or Romanian subtitles. Tonight’s film, “Eyyvah Eyvah” is a 2010 Turkish comedy, directed by Hakan Algul, starring Ata Demirer as a young clarinet player who travels to Istabul in search of his estranged father. Huseyin (Ata Demirer) is a young man living with his grandparents in a village in Turkey’s Thracian region. Two things are of great importance in Huseyin’s life: his clarinet and his fiancée. However, one day, Huseyin is forced to go to Istanbul and leave behind his beloved village. In the big city, Huseyin will receive the greatest support from his clarinet and later from a bar singer called Firuzan, who takes Istanbul’s night clubs by storm with her songs.

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